Hello everyone,

There will be 4 days of Galaxy-based training at UC Davis, December 10-13.
 See below for details.

These do sell out, so if you are interested, please think about registering
sooner, rather than later.


Dave C

On Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 8:35 PM, training ucdbio

> Registration is now open for Bioinformatics Bootcamps in December!
> We’re excited to announce our next offering of Bioinformatics Bootcamps,
> which will be held on the UC Davis campus December 10-13.
> These focused one-day courses are perfect for the student, postdoc,
> faculty, or industry professional looking to get up to speed quickly on the
> latest technologies and techniques in bioinformatics. Students will work on
> their own laptops and have continued access to software and example data
> used in the exercises through our public Amazon Web Services virtual
> machine (details here <http://bioinformatics.ucdavis.edu/software/>). The
> first three bootcamps will use the Galaxy 
> <http://galaxyproject.org/>platform, and the final bootcamp will use both 
> Galaxy and the command-line.
> The Alignment and Assembly bootcamps (Dec. 11th & 12th) require you to know
> Galaxy, so if you are unfamiliar with Galaxy, you should also take the
> Introduction bootcamp on Dec. 10th.
> Tuesday, December 10:
> Introduction to Next-Generation Sequence Analysis with 
> Galaxy<http://training.bioinformatics.ucdavis.edu/2013/10/16/bootcamp-introduction-to-next-generation-sequence-analysis-with-galaxy-december-10-2013/>
> Wednesday, December 11:
> Next-Generation Sequence Alignment and Variant 
> Discovery<http://training.bioinformatics.ucdavis.edu/2013/10/16/bootcamp-next-generation-sequence-alignment-and-variant-discovery-december-11-2013/>
> Thursday, December 12:
> Genome Assembly using Next-Generation Sequence 
> Data<http://training.bioinformatics.ucdavis.edu/2013/10/16/bootcamp-genome-assembly-using-next-generation-sequence-data-december-12-2013/>
> Friday, December 13:
> Introduction to the Amazon Cloud for Galaxy and the 
> Command-Line<http://training.bioinformatics.ucdavis.edu/2013/10/16/bootcamp-introduction-to-the-amazon-cloud-for-galaxy-and-the-command-line-december-13-2013/>
> Daily instruction will run from 9am until 5pm. Lunch, light breakfast, and
> snacks will be provided. Enrolment for each bootcamp will be capped at 24
> students. Please enroll early to be assured of a seat, as these bootcamps
> usually fill up quickly!
> More information, including full descriptions of each bootcamp can be
> found at https://training.bioinformatics.ucdavis.edu/bootcamps/
> Pricing and Payment
> The cost for each bootcamp is $200 (academic/government) or $250
> (non-academic/industry). We now accept credit cards. UC Davis attendees can
> also charge their registration directly to a DaFis account.
> Questions
> If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us:
>    -
>    Training email: training.ucd...@gmail.com
>    -
>    Core email: ucd...@gmail.com
>    -
>    Core main telephone line: 530-752-2698
> We hope to see you in December!
> - The UC Davis Bioinformatics Core Team
> http://training.bioinformatics.ucdavis.edu
> http://bioinformatics.ucdavis.edu/
>  <http://bioinformatics.ucdavis.edu/>
> Email List Note:  We have now consolidated our contacts into one mailing
> list, bioinformat...@ucdavis.edu, run by Sympa (lists.ucdavis.edu/sympa/).
>  If you received this email directly from training.ucd...@gmail.com and
> do not want to continue to receive emails from the Bioinformatics Core, you
> can unsubscribe by sending an email to sy...@ucdavis.edu with the
> following in the subject: unsubscribe bioinformatics
> --
> UC Davis Bioinformatics Core
> University of California, Davis
> Genome and Biomedical Sciences Facility
> 451 Health Sciences Dr.
> contact email: ucd...@gmail.com
> contact phone: 530-752-2698
> www.bioinformatics.ucdavis.edu
> training.bioinformatics.ucdavis.edu
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