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May 2021

Multi-omic Approaches Utilizing Illumina Infinium Arrays

May 26 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

May 26 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm As scientific discovery continues to evolve, the issues faced become more complex. In order to better understand these more complex disease areas, scientists are using multi-omic approaches for sample interrogation. The Illumina Infinium workflow now allows for cost-effective multi-omic analysis in one simple workflow. Join us to understand: How adding methylation profiling to elucidate a person’s unique genetic regulation allows for a multi-omic examination of samples.  Data suggests leveraging the Illumina  Infinium mouse/human EPIC…

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July 2021

Automation and Pathogen Surveillance: Scaling Up

July 13 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Register for this 3-part webinar, during which there will be presentations from researchers who have transformed their labs, expanded their teams, and implemented automation to show what can be expected for the future of pathogen surveillance. Part 1: Creating and Adapting our Public Health Laboratory in COVID-19.Speaker: Jennifer Toner, The George Washington University The Public Health Laboratory (PHL) at the George Washington University was started in July 2020 after a small COVID-19 surveillance study showed potential for greater impact.The unimaginable was achieved,…

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QIAGEN’s QIAcuity: The next-generation of digital PCR

July 27 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
CGRC Room 451, biotech.ufl.edu
Gainesville, FL 32610 United States
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Join QIAGEN and ICBR Gene Expression & Genotyping's first seminar of the summer as they discuss QIAcuity, the latest development in the field of digital PCR. More details to come! QIAcuity’s unique features to be covered in-depth: Fully integrated system Scalable format (1-, 4- and 8-plate instruments) Advanced multiplexing capabilities (up to 5 plex) Flexible sample throughput Comprehensive results in under 2 hours Applications Lunch will be provided

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August 2021

National Metabolomics Workshop and Symposium (recording available)

August 2 - August 3

  Metabolomics is a fast-growing area in modern biological and medical sciences. To keep up with the technological advancement and the frontier research, we are organized a virtual Metabolomics Workshop and Symposium on August 2 -3, 2021. This online workshop provided “hands-on” training in metabolomics sample preparation, targeted and untargeted metabolomics, as well as imagining metabolomics. It aimed to teach the art and science of conducting metabolomics experiments through detailed protocols/tutorials, application examples and discussions to achieve a thorough understanding…

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September 2021

10x Genomics: Access the Full Richness of Biological Complexity with Single Cell and Spatial Multiomics (recording available)

September 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
CGRC Room 451, biotech.ufl.edu
Gainesville, FL 32610 United States
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Join us for this informative seminar and learn how 10x technologies have been used by UF scientists and how our solutions have led to fundamental discoveries across multiple areas of biology, including cancer, immunology, and neuroscience. The vast complexities of biology require multiomics approaches to build a complete understanding, from single cells to tissues and beyond. 10x Genomics Chromium Single Cell solutions enable molecular profiling with multiomics capabilities in tens of thousands of single cells, and our Visium Spatial products…

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University of Florida Sequel IIe Launch Party with PacBio

September 17 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
CGRC Room 451, biotech.ufl.edu
Gainesville, FL 32610 United States
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Talk title: "PacBio long read sequencing for multiplexed joint profiling of DNA methylation, chromatin accessibility, and genetic variation." Speaker: Michael Kladde, Ph.D. Professor Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, UF College of Medicine Bulk and Single-Cell Isoform Sequencing Using PacBio Iso-Seq Method Speaker: Elizabeth Tseng, Ph.D. Pacific Biosciences Join local researchers and PacBio scientists virtually or in-person (the choice is yours!) to learn about the latest advancements in PacBio’s HiFi sequencing capabilities. During this seminar we will learn about UF’s…

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FlowJo Software Training with UF | ICBR Cytometry (recording available)

September 20 - September 21
CGRC Room 101, 2033 Mowry Road
Gainesville, FL 32610 United States
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Join UF | ICBR Cytometry for this special two day training session for FlowJo software! Registration is free. In-person participants are limited to 75. A zoom link will be provided for those interested in attending virtually. Monday, September 20th 10 AM: Intro to FlowJo Dr. Christian Aguilera-Sandoval Learn how to use the FlowJo workspace, including how to load samples (experimental data), statistics, and gates, create groups and analyses, and generate tabular and graphical layouts. Designed for those new to FlowJo…

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October 2021

Isoplexis and UF | ICBR Monoclonal Antibody Seminar

October 14 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Join UF | ICBR Monoclonal Antibody for this special virtual seminar sponsored by IsoPlexis on October 14th. Talk title: “Accelerating the Next Generation of Immune Medicine with Cellular Proteomics at the University of Florida” Join our webinar to discuss IsoPlexis’ product suite capabilities and how functional phenotyping is addressing urgent challenges central to unlocking the next stage of personalized cancer immunotherapies and vaccines related to immunological mechanisms in infectious disease. With single-cell proteomics barcoding and detection of a full range…

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NSF-sponsored Workshop: Cross-disciplinary study of Post-transcriptional and Post-translational Modifications

October 18 - October 20

Finding the commonalities of interests, approaches, and future directions Virtual via zoom In cell functions, post-transcriptional modifications (PRMs) of RNA molecules and post-translational modifications (PTMs) of proteins are important regulatory mechanisms. Yet significant gaps remain in the integrated understanding of PRMs and PTMs, and their effects on overall cellular signaling and metabolism. Fragmentated research efforts in different systems (e.g., microbe, plant, animal, and human) and using different approaches and standards, has prevented integrative analyses of different datasets and identification of…

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Seminar and Demonstration with Gator Bio BLI

October 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
CGRC Room 451, biotech.ufl.edu
Gainesville, FL 32610 United States
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Join Gator Bio BLI for this onsite presentation and product demonstration with UF | ICBR Monoclonal Antibody. More details to come. SEMINAR & DEMONSTRATION IN-PERSON & VIRTUAL Topics covered: Gator Bio Introduction Instrument and software technology overview Next-Gen biosensor and consumables kits Applications (Q, K, QKR, AAV, DNA/RNA, Bacterial, et al.) Advantages of Next-Gen (Broader dynamic range, better sensitivity, new surface chemistry, et al.) Gator Bio Publications

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