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  • Hello from Mexico ^^

    Hello,

    I recently finished my undergrad at LCG-UNAM at Cuernavaca, Mexico. While looking for a graduate program for 2010, I'll be working for a year at a lab that is just getting started with NGS using Illumina/Solexa. As this lab will provide a sequencing and analysis service, we'll have all kind of projects from virus diversity, de novo sequencing & assembly (my 1st task to learn), promoter mapping, etc.

    I'm a newbie with all the software involved in NGS and I'm here to learn As for preferences, I like using R and I'm learning to use ubuntu.

    See you around!
    Leonardo
    Last edited by lcollado; 08-12-2009, 09:30 AM.
    L. Collado Torres, Ph.D. student in Biostatistics.

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    I'm very happy to add that Bioconductor has linked our (LCG) previous courses on R or Bioconductor at their workshop pages: http://bioconductor.org/workshops/2008 and http://bioconductor.org/workshops/2009 Those were mostly in Spanish.

    Also, this semester I'll be teaching our first 32hr Bioconductor only course at LCG aimed at the 3rd semester students. It'll start this friday and end in December and we plan on preparing the material both in Spanish and English, talk in English on the classes and video record them. You can find more information and the syllabus at the course site: http://www.lcg.unam.mx/~lcollado/B/

    Hoping to see you visit us,
    Leonardo

    PS LCG is short in Spanish for Undergraduate Program on Genomic Sciences
    UNAM is short in Spanish for National Autonomous University of Mexico
    L. Collado Torres, Ph.D. student in Biostatistics.

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