We are looking for volunteers to do a 1-h presentation on one aspect of bioinformatics.
Meetings are usually every two weeks, on Thursday from 10 to 11am.
Thursday September 26, 10am: Presentation of eLabFTW (Nicolas Carpi, Institut Curie). eLabFTW is a free and open source electronic lab notebook designed for researchers. Note that we are not sure whether it is possible to implement it at IJM. In any case, this presentation should give you an overview of what you can do with electronic lab notebooks. PDF
Thursday October 3rd, 10am: Do-it-yourself Extraction of differentially-expressed genes from an RNAseq experiment (Flora Borne, IJM) PDF
The BioInfo Club meets on Thursday from 10am to 11am, in François Jacob seminar room in Institut Jacques Monod, 15 rue Helene Brion 75013. Meetings are in English. For most sessions, please bring your labtop. It can be Linux, Mac or Windows… We will let you know in advance when it is a practical session, presentation or discussion.
The BioInfo Club now includes “Unité de Biologie Fonctionnelle et Adaptative” (BFA) and “Epigenetics and cell fate unit (Paris Epigenetics)”. The goal of the BioInfo Club is to gather scientists, from the Institut Jacques Monod, BFA and Paris Epigenetics research institutes, who want to discover some computational approaches and tools used in genomics and structural bioinformatics and to learn by practice on site.
The BioInfo Club Organisers
Virginie Courtier-Orgogozo, Olivier Kirsh, Samuel Murail, Pierre Poulain and Olivier Taboureau