Genome-Scale Sequence Analysis
On Wednesday, March 19th
, Tyra Wolfsberg, Ph.D., associate director, Bioinformatics and Scientific Programming Core, will present Genome-Scale Sequence Analysis
, part of the Current Topics in Genome Analysis (CTGA) lecture series. Attend at the Lipsett Amphitheater, NIH Clinical Center on the NIH campus.
See the CTGA launch talk with Dr. Eric Green
The Genomics Landscape circa 2014
Video now available
Genomics in Medicine: Genome and Transcriptome Dynamics in Cancer Cells
On Friday, February 7th, Thomas Ried, M.D.
, senior investigator and chief of the Cancer Genomics Section at the National Cancer Institute, presented the talk, Genome and Transcriptome Dynamics in Cancer Cells
, which focused on malignant cells that carry two specific and concurrent alterations of the cellular transcriptome. Video of that talk, part of the Genomics in Medicine Lecture Series, is now available.
Watch the lecture video
NIH Undiagnosed Diseases Program launches fellowship
The NIH Undiagnosed Diseases Program
, developed by NHGRI, the NIH Office of Rare Diseases Research and the NIH Clinical Center, is pleased to announce a one-year fellowship in the clinical characterization, basic science and genomics of undiagnosed disease. Fellows will be taught to use cutting-edge techniques to evaluate individuals and families with complex undiagnosed diseases. Apply by April 1st
. Read more
Lectures on the genomics of neurology and psychiatry begin this spring
Clinical applications of genomics
in neurology and psychiatry are the focus of an upcoming lecture series sponsored by the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) in collaboration with Suburban Hospital and The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Lectures are scheduled for every first Friday of the month from 8-9 a.m., throughout the spring. Next lecture: April 4th. Read more
The Genomics Landscape: A Message from the Director
NHGRI's Extramural Research Portfolio - Slicing the Funding Pie
The most important task
for an Institute's Extramural Research Program (ERP) is to develop and support a high-quality research portfolio. Broad goals for genomics are key to our research agenda, but the greater challenge is making hard decisions about the relative priorities for the various programs that we could fund. Read more