On March 28th and 29th, U-M Carpentries is hosting an in person Software Carpentry workshop open to all members of the University of Michigan research community.
7th Annual RNA Symposium
Hosted By: Center for RNA Biomedicine and Biosciences Initiative
Thomas R. Campion, Jr., Ph.D., FACMI, FAMIA
Chief Research Informatics Officer
Associate Professor of Research in Population Health Sciences
Weill Cornell Medicine
Hosted by U-M Research Development, two research funding experts will demonstrate library resources that allow researchers to explore opportunities in diverse fields. Informationist Judy Smith from Taubman Health Sciences Library and librarian Paul Barrow from U-M Library will present.
Have you received microbiome sequence data, but don't know how to analyze them? This workshop can help:
An Introduction to R-Based Analysis of Microbiome Amplicon Sequence Data
Location: Natural Sciences 1 Room 1114
2 p.m. - 5 p.m., Thursday, March 16