Genome Solver is partnering with QUBES 

Looking for online lab materials for the spring? Looking to get some training in basic bioinformatics?    

We will be holding a miniGS Workshop on December 11 and 18, 2020 at 2 pm EST. The first day will focus on tools and the second day will focus on implementation in the classroom. 

Contact Anne (anne.rosenwald@georgetown.edu) to reserve a spot or get more information. Space is limited!

 


Genome Solver began as a way to teach undergraduate faculty some basic skills in bioinformatics; no coding or scripting is required. Explore our resources!

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Genome Solver Team Leaders 

Anne Rosenwald, Georgetown University (anne.rosenwald@georgetown.edu)

Gaurav Arora, Gallaudet University (gaurav.arora@gallaudet.edu)

Vinayak Mathur, Cabrini University (vinayak.mathur@cabrini.edu)

 

Genome Solver:  Microbial Comparative Genomics 

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The Genome Solver Project to teach the science of comparative microbial genomics for undergraduates.  See our Lessons and Community Science Project for a Classroom-based Undergraduate Research (CURE) Project 

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View our article in Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education!

 

 


Contact any of the liaisons below with questions:

Anne Rosenwald

Georgetown University

Genome Solver liaison

Sam Donovan

University of Pittsburgh

QUBES liaison