Bioinformatics and genomics journal club is a regular meeting for people interested in bioinformatics and genomics to discuss important recent papers. Each time one person gives the presentation and others participate in discussions. The journal club is co-organized by Food and Plant Research Focus Group.
If you are interested in our journal club and want to receive the latest announcements, please contact the coordinator.
|Jan-26||Tuesday||12:00nn-1:00pm||SC L5||Alan Lin||Buenrostro et al., Single-cell chromatin accessibility reveals principles of regulatory variation. Nature 523:486-490 (2015).|
|Feb-16||Tuesday||12:00nn-1:00pm||SHB 1021||Kester Lee||BFinucane et al., Partitioning heritability by functional annotation using genome-wide association summary statistics. Nature Genetics 47(11): 1228-1235 (2015).|
|Mar-1||Tuesday||12:00nn-1:00pm||SC L3||Sheng Yu||Gaidatzis et. al., Analysis of intronic and exonic reads in RNA-seq data characterizes transcriptional and post-transcriptional regulation. Nature Biotechnology 33:722–729 (2015).|
|Mar-15||Tuesday||12:00nn-1:00pm||SHB 1021||Qin Cao||Tang et. al., CTCF-mediated human 3D genome architecture reveals chromatin topology for transcription. Cell 163:1611–1627 (2015).|
|Mar-29||Tuesday||12:00nn-1:00pm||SC L3||Prof. TF Chan||Yang et. al., Widespread expansion of protein interaction capabilities by alternative splicing. Cell 164(4):805-817 (2016).|
|Apr-12||Tuesday||12:00nn-1:00pm||SHB 121||Prof. Tin-Lap Lee||Kowalczyk et. al., Single-cell RNA-seq reveals changes in cell cycle and differentiation programs upon aging of hematopoietic stem cells. Genome Research 25:1860-1872 (2015).|