Festival of Science
The UM School of Medicine launched a new initiative celebrating the scope
of scientific discoveries that impact human health -- the vision of Dr. E. Albert Reece, Dean
of the School of Medicine.
Microbiome Journal Indexed in PubMed
The Microbiome Journal, which is co-edited by IGS Associate Director Jacques Ravel, is now indexed in PubMed....
Project to Wipe Out East Coast Fever Ongoing
The Daily Nation profiles ILRI work.....
Genomics Advances: the Quest for Personalized Medicine
Interview with Dr. Fraser in Maryland Physician magazine....
High-level Relatedness among Mycobacterium abscessus subsp. massiliense Strains from Widely Separated Outbreaks., Emerging infectious diseases 2014-02-25
An improved dual-indexing approach for multiplexed 16S rRNA gene sequencing on the Illumina MiSeq platform., Microbiome 2014-02-24
Evaluating, Comparing, and Interpreting Protein Domain Hierarchies., Journal of computational biology : a journal of computational molecular cell biology 2014-02-21
Introduction to Bioinformatics
What is Bioinformatics? How does it interface with high throughput sequencing?
An overview of the Human Microbiome Project and the Data Analysis & Coordination Center.
Bioinformatics Work Projects
An overview of computational biology and bioinformatics projects at the Institute for Genome Sciences.
Dr. Claire Fraser
The Business of Research: Genomics and Biomedicine.
E. coli Research
E. coli outbreak in Germany
Careers In Bioinformatics
Working at the Institute for Genome Sciences in Baltimore, Maryland.
The Implications of Big Data and the Future of Healthcare
May 8, 2014
The Institute for Genome Sciences, the University of Maryland School of Medicine, the Center for Health-related Informatics and Bioimaging (CHIB) and Leadership Maryland invite you to join us for an exciting morning of discovery as informatics experts highlight the implications of big data applications and the future of healthcare. Register online at Leadership Maryland.
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Second Annual Frontiers in Genomics Lecture
May 15, 2014
Increasing evidence suggest an early life microbiome with long-conserved developmental functions. Over the past century, public health and medical activities have been disrupting these relationships. Using murine models, we show metabolic and immunologic consequences of such activities. Email to RSVP.
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