Introduction to the UCSC Genome Browser

A seminar and hands-on workshop presented by OpenHelix, a bioinformatics training, software testing and consulting company

To register: visit the OpenHelix web site or call 1-888-861-5051

Academic, student, and early registration discounts are available

Web seminars also available

  • Introductory session for anyone with a basic knowledge of genomic and biological concepts who is interested in learning how to use the UCSC Genome Browser
  • No programming experience needed
  • Covers how to effectively use the browser tool set, including basic Genome Browser functionality, searching and BLAT use, Table Browser use, creating and using Custom Tracks, and an introduction to the Gene Sorter.
  • Features hands-on computer exercises conducted directly on the Genome Browser web site

Sponsored by the UCSC Center for Biomolecular Science and Engineering


  Center for Biomolecular Science & Engineering
1156 High St, Mail Stop CBSE,
University of California, Santa Cruz, CA 95064
831-459-1477 ext. 9-1477 | 

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