This one day lecture and hands-on computer based laboratory workshop is designed to introduce bench scientists to command-line and R programing.
This workshop covers pre-requisite information needed to participate in the NGS: Advance RNA-Seq Analysis workshop February 15-17, 2017 and again on June 14-17, 2017.
Lecture and Hands-on Interactive Training
Team taught by active researchers
Comprehensive handout containing workshop material
Space limited to 24 participants
Registration Fee: $350
"Very informative workshop with a very knowledgable lecturer. Covered the various aspects of NGS and provided guidance I needed."
University of the West Indies (Cave Hill)
"It was my first experience with professional development workshop in the USA. I liked it a lot. It was well organized, flexible and friendly. It helped to put in order my preceding knowledge and gain more."
Staff Scientist II
Maine Medical Center Research Institute
"This was a great workshop to become acquainted with Next Generation Sequencing Technologies and applications. I would highly recommend this course to anyone interested in an in-depth hands-on course covering relevant NGS bioinformatics and command line tools. Great experience!"
Henry M. Jackson Foundation
for the Advancement of Military Medicine
"Great investment. Took material that would have taken months to compile and perfect on my own, and packed it into 3 days."
University of Central Florida
- Command Line
- Basic Commands
- Shell Scripting Including Functions
- Installing R/R Studio
- Data Types
- Manipulation of Tabular Data
- Basic Statistics in R
- Visualization Using R
Dr. Yun obtained his Ph.D. in computational biology from Boston University, with his research focusing on the aggregation of amyloid beta protein in Alzheimer's disease. Sijung took a postdoc position at the NIH, with the National Cancer Institute (NCI) studying structural bioinformatics and proteomics. Later, he worked at the genomics core in National Institute of Diabetes Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK). Currently, he is an independent contract bioinformatician primarily working for National Institutes of Health (NIH), C.E.O. of Yotta Biomed, LLC and is a lead instructor in numerous bioinformatics next generation sequencing (NGS) training activities. Dr. Yun had directed our Bio-Trac NGS related workshops since 2009 and has provide NGS instruction to over 700 Bio-Trac participants.