Next week, NCBI staff will attend AGBT in Marco Island, Florida. On Tuesday, February 25, 2020, three posters from NCBI staff will be on display from 4:40 p.m. – 6:10 p.m. during the Poster Session and Wine Reception in the Banyan and Calusa Ballroom Foyers, Levels 1 and 3. Read on to learn a little bit about what we’ll be presenting.
On June 18, 2019, NCBI’s Sanjida Rangwala will demonstrate the rich data visualization capabilities of NCBI’s genome browser at a conference that is part of the Rocky Mountain Genomics Hackcon. As mentioned in a previous post, NCBI staff will also participate in an NCBI-style Hackathon as part of the larger event. The genome browser presentation and demonstration will show you how to create visuals that provide insights and show connections among genes, transcripts, variation, epigenomics and GWAS data from NCBI sources. You will also see how you can upload your own data and embed NCBI viewers on your own pages.
We’ll be exhibiting next week at the 2019 Experimental Biology conference in Orlando. Stop by the NCBI booth (#446) (April 7-9, 9 AM – 4 PM) to meet NCBI staff, to see live demonstrations of NCBI molecular and literature databases and tools, ask questions and provide feedback. We’ll also be showcasing important updates to BLAST, PubChem, and PubMed!
In about a week, NCBI staff will join GeneReviews® on their home turf, Seattle, at the Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting hosted by the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG). While there we will have an exhibit booth (#531) where you can meet our staff, get answers to your questions, and pick-up informative handouts on our various resources for clinical practice.
Also, be sure to visit our two posters on Friday, April 5 from 10:30 AM to 12 PM.
Next week, NCBI staff will attend the Plant and Animal Genome (PAG) Conference. We have several activities planned, including 1 booth (#223), 4 workshops, 1 talk and 2 posters.
Read on to learn more about what you can look forward to if you’re attending PAG this year. (Note: The listed times are Pacific time.)
Now we’re joining together on an exciting new project we’re calling Matched Annotation from the NCBI and EMBL-EBI or MANE, to provide a matched set of well-supported transcripts for human protein-coding genes and define one representative transcript for each gene. Both RefSeq and Ensembl will continue to provide a rich set of alternate transcripts per gene.
NCBI will be exhibiting at the ASCO Annual Meeting 2017 from June 2-6.
Exhibit Hall Booth #3046
ASCO attendees can get navigation tips and hands-on help with GTR and ClinVar submissions, take handout materials and meet with Adriana Malheiro, MS* at Booth #3046.
Saturday, June 3 – 9AM–5PM
Sunday, June 4 – 9AM–5PM
Monday, June 5 – 9AM–5PM
*Contact us to schedule a meeting with Adriana Malheiro, MS.