miRNA Workshop 2016
This workshop is aimed at early career researchers looking to analyse small RNA data produced from High Throughput Sequencing experiments on both plant and animal samples
What is the course about?
Analysis of Small RNA data produced from High Throughput Sequencing experiments on both plant and animal samples.
What will I Learn?
Initial preparation of small RNA data including quality control and normalisation of samples, searching for miRNA sequences and their respective targets, detection of differentially expressed sequences and building sRNA target interaction network diagrams. Finally, discussions will take place on experiment design and how this can impact overall analysis strategies.
Biological or Computer science (computational biology) degree and either completed or in
Early career bioinformatics
One-day national meeting on the study of small RNAs in all areas of molecular and cell biology. Which will bring together early and experienced scientists from all areas of the field, from plant biology to cancer biology, to discuss their current experiments and
Registration is FREE and open to
Registration deadline: 13 May 2016
Participation: Open application with selection process