New Techniques Seminars

This series brings together leading experts on the campus to explore the latest developments in research, knowledge and practice.  These seminars are designed to give an overview of cutting-edge techniques in an informal setting, encouraging discussion.  Seminar dates and topics are:

Wednesday November 14th " Next Generation DNA Sequencing – New Opportunities for Genomics Research”
James Eudy, Ph.D. - associate professor, Department of Genetics Cell Biology and Anatomy Director of UNMC DNA Microarray and Sequencing Core Facilities

Wednesday January 9th “Genetically engineered mice: concepts, methods and advances”- I
C. B. Gurumurthy, BVSC, MVSC, Ph.D., EMBA- assistant professor, Genetics, Cell Biology, Anatomy director, Mouse Genome Engineering Core Facility University of Nebraska Medical Center  Part I of Dr. Guru's presentation

Wednesday February 13th “Genetically engineered mice: concepts, methods and advances”- II
C. B. Gurumurthy, BVSC, MVSC, Ph.D., EMBA- assistant professor, Genetics, Cell Biology, Anatomy director, Mouse Genome Engineering Core Facility University of Nebraska Medical Center Part II or Dr. Guru's presentation.

Wednesday March 20th “Epigenomics – overview of current analysis capabilities and projects”
David L, Klinkebiel, Ph.D. - assistant professor, Biochemistry And Molecular Biology director, Epigenomics  Core Facility

Wednesday April 10th "Bioinformatics Research and Resources at UNMC"
Babu Guda, Ph.D. associate professor Genetics, Cell Biology, & Anatomy director of Bioinformatics and Systems Biology Core Facility