NGS: Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing for Research Scientists

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This in depth lecture and hands-on computer based laboratory workshop is ideal for those bench and research scientists who have little or no bioinformatics background and are seeking a comprehensive workshop on the bioinformatics analysis of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) data, particularly DNA-seq, RNA-seq, and ChIP-seq.

Celebrating Women in STEM: Inspiring Innovation

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Event check-in: 3:00 pm to 3:45 pm Keynote Address & Panel Discussion: 4:00 pm Networking Reception: 5:15 pm This event is a mini-symposium focusing on research insights and career pathways for women in STEM and Medicine. We will have a panel presentation with discussion and a networking session for students and attendees. Keynote Speaker: Carla [….]

Tissue Chips: Developments, Challenges, & Applications

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Tissue Chips: Past and Present Dr. Kristin Bircsak, MIMETAS The Challenges and Future of Microphysiological Systems Dr. Seila Selimovic, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering These seminars will focus on recent advances in the Tissue Chip field, an overview of regulatory challenges, as well as future scientific applications. Microphysiological systems (MPS), or Tissue Chips, [….]

Open House For Spring Technology Transfer Courses at FAES Graduate School at NIH

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On Thursday, January 17th from 4-6:00pm there will be an open house for the spring courses in the “Advanced Studies in Technology Transfer” program at the Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences (FAES) Graduate School at NIH in the FAES Academic Center in NIH Building 10 in Bethesda, MD. For the semester beginning on [….]

Industry-Driven Degree Program Launches this Fall to Fill a Gap in Biotech Workforce

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Industry-Driven Degree Program Launches this Fall to Fill Gap in Biotech Workforce In this exciting age of science, technology, and innovation, more and more high schoolers, college students, and graduate students are becoming interested in pursuing a career in biotech.  But, is the standard science degree (i.e. Biology, Chemistry, and Physics) keeping up with this [….]