The CCMB Seminar Series is held at Palmer Commons or the North Campus Research Complex (NCRC) each Wednesday, at 3:30pm EST, on bioinformatics related topics. Each seminar is presented by an invited guest speaker. These seminars are recorded and made available for future viewing via Flash video streaming on the video archive page.
The NCIBI Tools and Technology Seminar Series is presented in room 2036, Palmer Commons each Thursday, at 12 noon EST. Each seminar highlights a tool or technology, that is under development or in current use, that is of interest to NCIBI researchers. These seminars are streamed live using Adobe Connect and are also archived and made available for future viewing via Flash video streaming.
Bioinformatics Student Research Hour (BISTRO) consists of half hour talks about recent and ongoing research by current Ph.D. and Masters degree students from the UM Bioinformatics Program. BISTRO is restricted to U-M Bioinformatics Graduate Program students and faculty.
Bioinformatics Journal Club entails a weekly discussion of current and classic papers concerning biology on a whole-genome scale, or using genome sequence based approaches. It is a great opportunity for students and researchers to be exposed to current topics of Bioinformatics. Although the presentations are on a volunteer basis, participants are encouraged to present. Each week's paper is chosen by the presenter a week in advance. Journal Club is open to anyone interested in participating.