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Back by popular demand! Introductory bioinformatics workshops: BioCyc on 7/3, and NCBI on 7/10

The Biomedical Library is pleased to offer encore presentations of the following two introductory bioinformatics workshops, conducted by our Bioinformatics Intern, Subin George:

Introduction to BioCyc

Come learn to work with BioCyc: a collection of Pathway Genome Databases (PGDBs) that provide information on genomes and metabolic pathways for thousands of organisms.

This one hour workshop will provide an introduction to BioCyc and showcase the various features BioCyc supports. In addition, there will be an interactive demo that complements the overview of BioCyc.

Date: July 3, 2019 at noon        Register here

Location: Training lab (Room G3) of the Biomedical Library

If you do not have a PennKey please bring along a laptop

NCBI Bioinformatics Tools & Databases

If you are interested in learning about the types of resources NCBI –- home to Pubmed -– offers in bioinformatics, then come to our NCBI tools and databases workshop.

The primary goal of this one hour workshop is to provide an introduction to the various databases and tools that are available through NCBI. In addition to an overview, there will be searching demos on a select few tools and databases.

Date: July 10, 2019 at noon        Register here

Location: Training lab (Room G3) of the Biomedical Library

If you do not have a PennKey please bring along a laptop.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the workshop, please contact Subin George, Biomedical Library Bioinformatics Intern, at sgeo@upenn.edu

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