Nanopore Sequencing Seminar, University of Colorado
Join us on December 1st at the the University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus, for an exciting afternoon of talks from local researchers using nanopore sequencing. The agenda also includes a technical update from the Oxford Nanopore team, as well as a Q&A with the presenters and a product display.
Space is limited! Please register early to secure your spot. Lunch will be provided.
Unlocking the complex biology of tRNA with nanopore direct RNA sequencing
Laura White, RNA Bioscience Initiative Informatics Fellow, University of Colorado School of Medicine
Development of and applications for targeted nanopore sequencing
Martin Breuss, Assistant Professor, Boettcher Investigator, Department of Pediatrics, University of Colorado School of Medicine
Developing a single cell long read pipeline to identify differential isoform usage in mouse islets
Kristen Wells-Wrasman, Assistant Research Professor, University of Colorado School of Medicine
How long is your free floating DNA?
Brandon Buck, PhD Candidate, Molecular Biology, University of Colorado School of Medicine