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 Francis Ouellette

Title of talk:
A human-aided automated pipeline to the annotate the human genome: work in progress.

Date:
September 12, 2002

Affiliation:
UBC Bioinformatics Centre

E-mail:
francis@bioinformatics.ubc.ca

URL:
http://bioinformatics.ubc.ca/ouellette/

Presentation:
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Talk summary:
Francis’s lab is built on the premise that a dynamic
bioinformatics group engages in three interdependent
activities. These include basic research in computational
biology, development of software and databases, and user
training and support. His lab created and maintains
Bioinformatics.ca, the portal to bioinformatics
activities in Canada and home for the CGDN-sponsored
Canadian Bioinformatics Workshops. From his experience
with GenBank he is developing a semi-automated pipeline for
the annotation of the human genome. Francis will describe
how and why this pipeline needs to be built, and present
some of the logistical and computational challenges that
will be met along this path of discovery.

 

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