Omicslogic Metagenomics 2020

Metagenomics is a relatively new field of research based on high-throughput sequencing (or Next Generation Sequencing) and it’s popularity signifies a growing appreciation for the composition of microbial communities (microbiomes) and the genetic information their genomes carry. In this OmicsLogic Metagenomics program, we will explore how different types of analysis can be used to understand the microbial world. We will cover several bioinformatics approaches to the analysis of the microbiome. We will learn to compare microbial composition in different conditions, learn about the sequencing of viral samples, and discuss how microbes evade the immune response of the host as well as evade treatment. We will do so in the context of several projects taken from high impact publications.

Upcoming Events

  1. 31
    August
    Introduction to the Program
    10:00 - 11:00
    Online

    In the Session  1 of the OmicsLogic Metagenomics 2020 Program, we will discuss the following: Overview of the entire course, Overview of the tools...

  2. 02
    September
    Introduction to Metagenomics: 16s metagenomics sequencing
    10:00 - 11:00
    Online

    In the Session  2 of the OmicsLogic Metagenomics 2020 Program, we will discuss the following: Introduction to NGS for Metagenomic Sequencing, Whole Genome, 16s...

  3. 04
    September
    Microbiome – functional bacterial community
    10:00 - 11:00
    Online

    In the Session  3 of the OmicsLogic Metagenomics 2020 Program, we will discuss the following: Mapping on databases (Silva, GreenGenes, NCBI), hypervariable regions of...

  4. 07
    September
    DADA2 Microbiome variability and composition
    10:00 - 11:00
    Online

    In the Session  4 of the OmicsLogic Metagenomics 2020 Program, we will discuss the following: Microbiome variability and composition based on amplicon sequencing (DADA2...

  5. 09
    September
    In-depth, Hands-on Project Example 1: American Gut and the Human Microbiome Variability
    10:00 - 11:00
    Online

    In the Session  5 of the OmicsLogic Metagenomics 2020 Program, we will discuss the following: In-depth, Hands-on Project Example 1: American Gut and the...

  6. 11
    September
    In-depth, Hands-on Project Example 2: Microbiome, Diet and Anxiety – the Gut-brain Axis
    10:00 - 11:00
    Online

    In the Session  6 of the OmicsLogic Metagenomics 2020 Program, we will discuss the following: Online resources, file upload, download & analysis, Discussions, Troubleshooting,...

  7. 14
    September
    Developing your own project from NCBI publicly available data
    10:00 - 11:00
    Online

    In the Session  7 of the OmicsLogic Metagenomics 2020 Program, we will discuss the following: In-depth, Hands-on Project Example 2: Microbiome, Diet and Anxiety...

  8. 28
    September
    Metagenomics Project feedback & Review
    10:00 - 12:00
    Online

    In the Session  8 of the OmicsLogic Metagenomics 2020 Program, we will discuss the following: Discussions, Troubleshooting, suggestions and Expert Feedback.  Program link – https://edu.t-bio.info/organizations/omicslogic-metagenomics-2020/

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Metagenomics is a relatively new field of research based on high-throughput sequencing (or Next Generation Sequencing) and it’s popularity signifies a growing appreciation for the composition of microbial communities (microbiomes) and the genetic information their genomes carry. In this OmicsLogic Metagenomics program, we will explore how different types of analysis can be used to understand the microbial world. We will cover several bioinformatics approaches to the analysis of the microbiome. We will learn to compare microbial composition in different conditions, learn about the sequencing of viral samples, and discuss how microbes evade the immune response of the host as well as evade treatment. We will do so in the context of several projects taken from high impact publications.
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Spodoptera frugiperda (fall armyworm)
EBOLA: Deadly Mutations
Metagenomics
Introduction to Metagenomics
Transcriptomics 1
Introduction to Genomics
Introduction to Bioinformatics

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