St Andrews Bioinformatics Unit


Opportunity for bioinformatician

If you have experience of NGS data analysis and are comfortable with command-line Linux utilities, we are interested in hearing from you for the following post. Please see:

Unix training course on 6/10/16

Following a CAPOD award earlier this year, in collaboration with colleagues from the Scottish Oceans Institute, the Bioinformatics Unit will hold a one day training course entitled Introduction to Unix for Biological Data Processing on 6th October 2016 here in St...

NextGenBug at St Andrews 16th June

The NextGen Bioinformatics User Group will hold their next bimonthly meeting at the School of Medicine in the University of St. Andrews on the afternoon of the 16th June 2016. Here is the link to register: Registration is now closed

Bioinformatics Workshop Report

On the afternoon of 21st January the University of St Andrews Bioinfomatics Unit ( hosted a mini-symposium in the School of Medicine. The event was attended by over 40 people from five different Schools as well as colleagues...

Registration open for Bioinformatics Workshop Jan 21

We shall be holding a Bioinformatics Workshop on Thursday, 21st Jan 2016 from 2pm to 5pm. Registration for this event has now closed. The programme will include the latest developments in the Bioinformatics Unit and presentations from researchers across different...

Undergraduate Research Publications in Bioinformatics

Congratulations to recent graduates James Robson and Kristin Wregglesworth on their research papers, published this week: - Robson JF and Barker D (2015) Comparison of the protein-coding gene content of Chlamydia trachomatis and Protochlamydia amoebophila using a...

Summer of V’s: Fourth meeting, Monday 21st September

The Sum­mer of V’s is an excit­ing series of four free events on the Four V’s of Data Sci­ence: Vera­city, Vari­ety, Velo­city and Volume. The series is coordin­ated by the new Insti­tute of Data Intens­ive Research at the Uni­ver­sity of St Andrews. Any­one is...