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Archive for April 15th, 2009

Henry Stewart talks – new talks added

By Lisa K Flint, on 15 April 2009


‘Microarrays: their design and use’ is the title of the new series of talks in the Biomedical and Life Sciences Collection of the Henry Stewart talks. They include

1. Microarrays: their design and use
Dr. Craig Tomlinson – Dartmouth Medical School, USA

2. How to design a successful microarray experiment
Dr. Rainer Breitling – University of Groningen, The Netherlands

3. The use of statistics in microarray studies
Dr. Ernst Wit – University of Groningen, The Netherlands

4. The bioinformatics of microarrays
Dr. Maureen Sartor – National Center for Integrative Biomedical Informatics, USA

5. Simultaneous microarray measurement of nuclear and whole cell changes in gene expression reveals overlapping but distinct patterns of transcriptional regulation
Dr. Chris Cheadle – JHBMC Genomics Core, Johns Hopkins University, USA

6. Genome-wide mapping of estrogen: receptor binding sites and activity
Dr. Jason Carroll – Cancer Research UK, Cambridge Research Institute, UK

7. Global analysis of gene translation
Prof. Philip Tofilon – Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute, USA

8. Single nucleotide polymorphism microarrays in the analysis of cancer
Dr. Rameen Beroukhim – Dana-Faber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School, USA

9. Genome-wide profiling of microRNAs: from scientist benchside to patient bedside
Dr. George Calin – MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

10. Microarrays in the study of the basic mechanisms of evolution
Dr. Greg Gibson – University of Queensland, Australia

11. The use of microarrays to understand the biology and toxicology of low dose arsenic
Prof. Joshua Hamilton – Marine Biological Laboratory, USA

Upcoming series include ‘The cell division cycle’ and ‘Innate immunity’, I’ll keep you posted when they go live.

I’d be interested to hear what you think of the Henry Stewart talks, and how you use them here at UCL. Please leave any comments.