- Updating and Expanding Microarray Techniques
- These talks will describe some of the microarray currently tools available at UNC to perform genomics analysis.
|When||Mar 21, 2013 from 12:15 PM to 01:30 PM (US/Eastern / UTC-400)|
|Where||MBRB G202 Auditorium|
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DNA microarrays have been a powerful method to examine genomic data since 1995. Microarrays are combined with mature data analysis tools to rapidly and inexpensively provide valuable insights to examine gene expression, copy number variation, SNP analysis and miRNA analysis. These talks will describe some of the microarray currently tools available at UNC to perform genomics analysis.
Speakers and Topics
Jerry Usary, PhD Research Associate, Lineberger Cancer Center, UNC Chapel Hill, “Using Microarrays to Explore Mouse Tumor Models”
Claire Doerschuk, MD Professor of Medicine & Pathology, UNC Chapel Hill, “microRNA Profiling in Neutrophils and Changes during Pneumonia”
Alex Siebold, PhD Field Applications Scientist, Genomics Division, Agilent Technologies, Inc., “Sensitive Gene Expression Profiling of Exons, lincRNAs and miRNAs Using Minimal Amounts of RNA” – Agilent’s SurePrint G3 Gene Expression Platform