Columbia / Illumina RNA-seq in Biomedical Research Workshop
RNA-seq is a next-generation sequencing technique that measures the abundance of RNA transcripts in a sample. RNA-seq can be used to identify gene expression changes, alternative splicing events, allele-specific gene expression, gene fusion events, and novel transcripts across an entire genome. It is a powerful tool for understanding dynamics in the transcriptome, including gene expression level differences between different physiologic conditions, or changes that occur during development or over the course of disease progression.
Please join us to learn about the resources that the Columbia Genome Center provides, and for a series of scientific talks explaining how RNA-seq is enabling novel discoveries across a range of fields.
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Chair, Department of Systems Biology
From drug mechanism of action to patient care
Assistant Professor, Department of Systems Biology
Integrative analysis of transcriptome and protein-RNA interactome to elucidate RNA regulation
Associate Research Scientist, Department of Pediatrics
Seeking a genetic cause for weight gain
Manager, Next-Generation Sequencing, Columbia Genome Center
Sequencing formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tumor transcriptomes
Michael G. Smith, PhD
Senior Sequencing Specialist, Northeast
RNA profiling using Illumina's NGS Technology
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