Smithsonian Targeted Enrichment Workshop: 15 March 2016

Posted February 12, 2016 - 2:59pm

On March 15th, the Smithsonian Institute for Biodiversity Genomics (SIBG) Bioinformatics Group will be hosting an all day target enrichment/bait capture workshop. This workshop is geared toward researchers who currently use or would like to use target capture techniques and data in their research.

The workshop will start with an introductory lecture at 9:30am on March 15th, 2016: Planning a Successful Target Enrichment Project with MYbaits.

Presented by: Alison M. Devault, Ph.D.

Product Manager, MYbaits & NGS

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