[sib-courses] Discover the new in silico talks series: #1 Mining viral genomes to improve clinical diagnostics

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tutorials, a broad range of topics including biostatistics, next-generation sequencing, machine learning, data visualisation, personalised medicine,
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in silico talk #1: Mining viral genomes to improve clinical diagnostics

* Watch the video on YouTube ( https://www.sib.swiss/index.php?option=com_acymailing&ctrl=url&subid=14292&urlid=3180&mailid=225 )and/or read the news
on our website (
https://www.sib.swiss/about-sib/news/10460-v-pipe-an-sib-resource-to-mine-viral-genomes-and-improve-clinical-diagnostics?utm_source=insiliconewsletteroneoff&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=insilico-05-06-19&utm_content=insilico%20beerenwinkel%20news&acm=14292_225
)

* What you will learn: how to mine viral genomes to improve clinical diagnostics using V-pipe (
https://www.sib.swiss/index.php?option=com_acymailing&ctrl=url&subid=14292&urlid=3178&mailid=225 ), a new SIB resource to analyze viral sequencing
data 

* Who is it for: scientists who analyze virus sequencing data in basic research or clinical settings, e.g. bioinformaticians embedded in clinical
research groups, staff of bioinformatics core units, etc. 

* Any question about this talk? Contact the team: v-pipe at bsse.ethz.ch ( mailto:v-pipe at bsse.ethz.ch?subject=Question%20about%20the%20in%20silico%20talk
)

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