If you're using a computer to solve a biology problem and you're at the University of Glasgow, you are part of the Glasgow Computational Biology community. Come along to one of our events!
We hold monthly meetups to chat and share cool research. The next event is on Tuesday January 31st with info below.
All events and opportunities are announced on our mailing list. Please join it at this page (inside the university network / VPN)
The community hosts events to chat about cool innovations in computational biology and bioinformatics. We have events across the university at the main campus at Gilmorehill and at various centres at Garscube and then often head to the pub. Come join us!
3:30pm on January 31st in the seminar rooms (SAWB 422/423) in the School of Computing Science - Sir Alwyn Williams Building (SAWB). Location info can be found here. And then the pub afterwards!
Speakers include Domenico Somma talking about "ssRNAseq of Rheumatoid Arthritis", John Cole talking about "The Hall of Shame, research integrity in Bioinformatics" and a third mystery speaker.
We have members at a lot of schools of the university. If you'd like to add your name here, please contact Jake.