[Xenopus] Xenbase workshops
xenbase at ucalgary.ca
Fri Aug 13 09:12:49 EDT 2021
NOTE UPDATED times for workshops!
Submit your questions ahead of time – email us at Xenbase at ucalgary.ca<mailto:Xenbase at ucalgary.ca> (put ‘IXC Workshop Q&A’ in subject line)
Xenbase Workshops at the 18th International Xenopus Conference: August 16th and August 17th, 2021
· Xenbase staff will host 2 Workshops at the 18th IXC, each with a morning and evening session.
> Workshops will be focused on GEO data and Phenotypes module
> Each session will have a live tutorial, hands-on exercises and a Q&A session.
> Workshops will be hosted online, using Zoom - no special apps needed.
> See the start times in your zones below and mark your calendar!
· Register for the conference here: https://registrations.hg3conferences.co.uk/hg3/195/register
· Zoom links will be in the conference programme
· Note that you must register for conference to attend the workshops!
Workshop 1. GEO on Xenbase, Monday, 16th August: 12 noon & 9 pm British Summer Time
* Explore the Xenbase GEO Module: RNA/ChIP-Seq data and Differentially Expressed Genes (DEG)
Workshop 2. Phenotypes on Xenbase, Tuesday, 17th August: 12 noon & 9 pm British Summer Time
· Phenotypes of Xenopus models of human disease, anatomy, GO and changes in gene expression
Workshop Start Times in your Time Zone: (pls check your time to account for possible changes to/from daylight savings/summer time)
Morning Workshops @ 12noon London, BST =1pmParis/Berlin; 2pm Ankara; 8am Brazil; 7am New York; 6am Austin, TX; 5am Calgary; 4am Seattle; 11pm NZ ; 9pm Sydney; 8pm Tokyo; 7pm Hong Kong; 4.30pm Delhi.
Evening Workshops @ 9pm London, BST =10pm Paris/Berlin; 11 pm Ankara; 5pm Brazil; 4pm New York; 3pm Texas; 2pm Calgary; 1pm Seattle; Note next day due to time zone differences: Tuesday 17th or Wednesday 18th at 8am NZ; 6.am Sydney; 5am Tokyo; 4am Hong Kong; 1am Delhi.
Any questions? Email Christina @ Xenbase: xenbase at ucalgary.ca<mailto:xenbase at ucalgary.ca>
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