The David R Gunn Genomics Suite is a new genomics core facility located within the Cancer Theme at the new South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) in Adelaide, Australia. The facility is equipped with all the equipment expected in a modern genomics facility including three Illumina sequencers and facilities for single-cell analyses. The facility supports researchers across all of the seven SAHMRI Themes and external partners to perform a range of ge...Keep Reading
YOU CAN NOW SUBSCRIBE TO AGTA MEMBERSHIP FOR 3 YEARS!
Standard memberships are now available for a 3 year term for $150! This is a saving of $5/year for 3 years. You will not need to worry about renewing your membership each year, save money, and have access to the many membership benefits including discounted registration fee to AGTA’s annual conference.
To take out a 3-year membership, simply:
Go to: http://www.agtagenomics.org.au/join/
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A big congratulations to AGTA past president, Associate Professor Daniel Catchpoole and team on being awarded the Big Data, Big Impact Grant ($60,000), at the recent Premier’s Awards for Outstanding Cancer Research.
Well done, Dan!
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BIOINFORMATICS WORKSHOP – “Mixomics” sponsored by AGTA
Presented by Dr. Kim-AnhLê Cao
Thursday 13 and Friday 14 August 2015
Room 2011, Level 2
This interactive 2 day workshop will give you the opportunity to learn about multivariate statistical methods using the mixOmics R statistical software to analyse your data. All resources will be provided including access to the R software in the computer lab or you have the option to bring your own laptop.
Good News!Early Bird Registration and Abstract Submissions EXTENDED until 31 July 2015
Register today at www.agtaconference.org/registration/
Submit your abstract www.agtaconference.org/abstract-submissions/
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Early Bird Registration Closing in 1 week – register prior to 6 July 2015 to secure your discounted rate.
Submissions for Oral Abstracts closing in 1 week – submit prior to 6 July 2015.
Don’t miss out – Register and submit today!
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Teaching stem cells to forget the past – Ryan Lister, Perth
Stem cell encyclopedia leads to new discoveries – Christine Wells, Brisbane
AGTA members Professor Ryan Lister of the University of Western Australia and Associate Professor Christine Wells of the University of Queensland have each received the $50,000 inaugural Metcalf Prize from the National Stem Cell Foundation of Australia toward their laboratory, in recognition of their leadership in stem cell research. C...Keep Reading
The Human Genome Society of Australia (HGSA) has requested distribution of the following document regarding “Standards for Clinical Databases of Genetic Variants” (v.1.0, released Dec. 2014), produced by the Royal College of Pathologists Australia (RCPA) in collaboration with the HGSA. This document is relevant to all members involved with clinical sequencing. To read the document please click here.
Announcement of recipients of the AGTA Small Grants Scheme 2015 has been delayed due to record number of applicants and delays in identifying suitable external reviewers. An announcement is expected late April/early May 2015. If you have any queries, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
THREE NEW POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW POSITIONS – UNI. WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Position 1: POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW IN BRAIN EPIGENOMICS – Epigenetics and Genomics Laboratory (Lister Lab); 3 Year appointment. University Western Australia. For further information, click here
Position 2: POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW IN EPIGENOME ENGINEERING - Epigenetics and Genomics Laboratory (Lister Lab); 3 Year appointment. University Western Australia. For further informat...Keep Reading
Tomorrow is the last day to submit abstracts for posters! #AGTA17
Late-Breaking Poster Awards
AGTA knows that science doesn't stop at deadlines, so we are offering three 'late-breaking' awards for posters submitted from now until September 22nd.
The $AU400 Travel Awards will be judged by the convenors and late-breaking posters will be highlighted at the conference. To be eligible, simply submit your poster abstract by 5pm on September 22nd. Successful awardees will be notified by September 27th. For more information please contact email@example.com
Abstract Submissions for Posters close 5pm tomorrow. Don't miss out!