Bioinformatics and Biostatistics Analysis Support Hub (B/BASH)

Analytical support to make your research shine...

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

  • REGISTRATION NOW OPEN - Introduction to DNA-Seq Next Generation Sequencing Analysis Workshop November 2017. This two day course serves as the first in a larger two-part course in conjunction with the Exome Variants, Copy Number Calling, Variant Annotation and Reporting workshop in December 2017 (below), as well as a standalone introduction to DNA-seq. Attendees will receive an introduction to next generation sequencing (NGS) platforms, data analysis and tools for data quality control, read alignment (mapping) and refinement using DNA-seq data.
  • REGISTRATION NOW OPEN - Exome Variants, Copy Number Calling, Variant Annotation and Reporting Workshop December 2017. This course is aimed at clinicians and web-lab biologists involved in research projects requiring the analysis of DNA-seq, exome data and sequence variation. The course will provide an introduction to calling variants and copy number alterations from exome sequencing data alignment files, reference sequences and where to find them, the HGVS sequence variation nomenclature, variant annotation, variant effect prediction, and clinical and publication reporting recommendations.


 

Get help analysing your data statistics generic graph or applying for a grant

 

B/BASH is here to assist you with your data analysis whether you need just a little guidance, or someone to do the analysis for you. Our bioinformatics and biostatistics experts are available to help from the planning and design stages of your project/grant application, right through to the data analysis and publication.

We can work on a wide range of projects and have contributed to publications from departments across the College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology.

 

Get training

 

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B/BASH runs workshops and courses on bioinformatics and biostatistics throughout the year within the University. If there is a workshop topic you would like to have made available, please let Dr Matthew Blades know - we will try to arrange it if there is enough interest.

There are also many other training resources freely available on the web.

 

Get involved

 

Sign up to the BBASH mailing talking in henry wellcome sept 2012list and get involved with the bioinformatics and biostatistics community here in the University. Members of the mailing list have access to the Bioinformatics Blackboard site where material from past workshops and the NGS User Database can be found.

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