Great Lakes Genomics Center member Spencer Huang and GLGC Bioinformaticist Ray Hovey have paper published in Oncotarget titled “Plasma genetic and genomic abnormalities predict treatment response and clinical outcome in… read more →
A new course will be offered to students at UWM this spring focusing on understanding the relative importance of data generated from genomics research. The goal of the course, taught by Dr.… read more →
A chance to see the new Great Lakes Genomics Center and all of the new facilities in the School of Freshwater Sciences. For more information visit uwm.edu/go/freshwaterodyssey
June 1, 2014 The Great Lakes Genomics Center has received funding to purchase a second sequencer that will provide more data and longer reads to assist freshwater scientists and others… read more →
Pilot projects advance our knowledge about bacterial communities and strains as well as changes that occur in vertebrate development The Great Lakes Genomics Center has supported several pilot projects to… read more →
Genomics of native fish populations Members of the Great Lakes Genomics Center are working with Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to determine the status of fish populations in Wisconsin and… read more →
Bioinformatics instructional seminar series starts, noon-1:00 pm. Seminars will be held at the School of Freshwater Sciences. First seminar will be introduction to bioinformatics.
Bioinformatics Seminar noon-1:00 pm. Sequence alignment and introduction to BLAST and alternatives.
Great Lakes Genomics Center opens in the new School of Freshwater Sciences Building. Stay tuned for updates.
Freshwater Odyssey: Grant opening of the UWM School of Freshwater Sciences new building. Everyone welcome. Details at uwm.edu/go/freshwaterodyssey