(SLS1) Portability of Genetic Risk Scores to Underrepresented Populations Director of Studies: Manuel Corpas firstname.lastname@example.org Project description Background and aims of project […]
Cambridge Genomics Virtual Meetup [Genomic Medicine] 20th May 2020 19:00 PM BST
It is our pleasure to announce our Cambridge Genomics Virtual Meetup for the month of May (2020) on Wednesday 20th […]
Stop Data Monopolies
Whenever I see all those papers in prestigious high impact factor (IF) journals I keep wondering what’s missing in my […]
Ranking personal genomes according to their likely health cost
How to create a system that ranks human genomes and what to do to avoid discrimination.
Family Genome Project Launched #GenomicsFest
To my surprise, to date no one has thought of creating a genome project that focuses on the family. More […]
#BioDataWorld Pre-Competitive Collaboration & Data Sharing
I have the pleasure to moderate next week a round table at the prestigious BioData World Congress, happening at Hinxton, […]
Article “Crowdsourced Analysis of Family Genome” Among BMC Genomics Most Influential Articles for 2015
I am pleased that our article “Crowdsourced direct-to-consumer genomic analysis of a family quartet” is the second most influential article in […]
UX-driven BioJS Component Design Workshop [TGAC, 20 Apr]
Date: Wednesday 20 April 2016 Venue: The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), Norwich, UK Registration Deadline: Wednesday 13 April REGISTER HERE […]
‘Perfect DNA’ Kindle Book catalogued as ‘Hot’!
Contrary to my expectations, Perfect DNA, a book that is now available for nominations at Kindle Scout is being catalogued […]
Next generation computational research – have your voice heard!
Source: the Software Sustainability Institute News Feed. Posted by Simon Hettrick on Friday 4 December 2015 with edits by Manuel Corpas […]