ABRF and GenomeWeb have partnered on a series of online seminars highlighting methods, techniques, and instrumentation that support life science research. William Hendrickson, past ABRF President, stated “The decision to partner with GenomeWeb provides ABRF with a unique opportunity to increase awareness of our activities and initiatives, while also providing GenomeWeb access to expanded educational and scientific content for GenomeWeb’s readership.”
ABRF and GenomeWeb are partnering for the second year to produce a series of online seminars highlighting methods, techniques, and instrumentation that support life science research.
2016 Webinar Series - available for viewing
The 2016 GenomeWeb/ABRF Webinar Series features webinars held over a span of 12 months on the topics of: Genome Editing, Metagenomics, Proteomics, Core Lab/Admin Management, Imaging, and Single Cell Genomics. Content for each of the webinars is both based on and expands on topics originating at the ABRF 2016 Annual Meeting, which was held in February in Ft. Lauderdale.
November 15 - The ABRF NGS Study, Phase 2: DNA Sequencing Platforms
November 1 - CRISPR/Cas9 Editing in Human Cell Lines and Animal Models
September 13 – Advancing Clinical Metagenomics Via CLIA/CAP Accreditation
August 4 –A Hypothesis-Driven Lean Management Tool for Core Labs
July 19 – The Emergence of Gene Editing as a Standard Lab Tool
May 17 – Three Lean Management Tools for the Life Science Lab