IGS has expanded our workshops in 'omics' technologies.
HMP DACC Releases New Collection of Data
Researchers with the Data Analysis and Coordination Center (DACC) for the NIH Human Microbiome Project (HMP) are releasing a significant amount of new sequence data....
IGS Awarded FDA Contract to Expand Genome Sequence Database
IGS has been awarded a research program contract from the FDA to sequence, assemble and annotate a population of bacterial pathogens....
"Are Antibiotics Making Us Fat?"
Interview with Dr. Fraser in Mother Jones magazine....
Semaphorin 5B is a repellent cue for sensory afferents projecting into the developing spinal cord., Development (Cambridge, England)
Feasibility of self-collection of fecal specimens by randomly sampled women for health-related studies of the gut microbiome., BMC research notes
Genome sequences of rhinovirus C isolates from wisconsin pediatric respiratory studies., Genome announcements
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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