RBVI Workshops and Training
The RBVI provides several types of training on the tools we develop, from presentations at conferences to intensive workshops at UCSF or other sites. In addition, there are many online Chimera tutorials and Cytoscape tutorials, some developed for specific workshops, others as standalone materials.
We often holds workshops at other institutions that have a significant enough user base to make it feasible for us to send a team to the users rather than bringing the users to UCSF. If you are interested in hosting a workshop at your institution, please contact us: email@example.com.
Selected training events are listed below, with links to associated materials where available. See also Selected Presentations.
Event Date Topics Cytoscape workshop sponsored by the Systems Biology Institute, Melbourne, Australia Oct 28 2013 Analysis and visualization of biological networks; intro to Cytoscape hands-on tutorial; Cytoscape use cases, features in development, and scripting; bring-your-own-data master class EMBL-Australia Masterclass on Protein Sequence Analysis, Garvan Institute, Sydney, Australia Oct 22-25 2013 Plenary talk on networks and structures, and two sessions each on Cytoscape and Chimera: identifying and understanding protein-protein interactions and residues involved in intermolecular contacts using Cytoscape and structureViz/Chimera; using Chimera for sequence-structure analysis and creating animations Macromolecular Interactions course, UCSF BP204 Oct 9 2013 Chimera structural analysis and comparison; contacts and H-bonds, superposition, morphing, building multimers, working with sequences Visualization and analysis talk via WebEx to first-year graduate students, Baylor College of Medicine Sep 19 2013 Chimera visualization of brain imaging data, molecular structures of nicotinic acetylcholine receptor and alpha-bungarotoxin from krait venom [HTML1] [HTML2] Cytoscape workshop hosted by California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences (QB3) at UC Berkeley Aug 29 2013 Introduction to Cytoscape network visualization and analysis, use cases, master class Chimera workshop hosted by California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences (QB3) at UC Berkeley [photo] Aug 27-28 2013 Introduction to Chimera, structure analysis and comparison, sequence-structure tools, EM density analysis, publication images and movies, master class Chimera tutorial at the University of Dundee Jun 25 2013 Molecular visualization and analysis with Chimera ASBMB (American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology) annual meeting, Boston, MA Apr 21 2013 Introduction to similarity networks and information available for download from the Structure-Function Linkage Database, as part of the EFI workshop “New strategies for function assignment” Chimera tutorial at VIZBI 2013 (Visualizing Biological Data), Broad Institute, Cambridge, MA Mar 19 2013 Basics of molecular visualization and animation Webinar for SBGrid Feb 7 2013 Chimera molecular assembly and electron microscopy tools, building a model of alpha-crystallin Enzyme Mechanisms Meeting Workshop, San Diego, CA Jan 7 2013 Introduction to similarity networks and the Structure-Function Linkage Database Chimera hands-on tutorial at UC Berkeley Dec 19 2012 Map segmentation: surface masking, watershed segmentation, zones around markers and atoms 2012 Cytoscape retreat, Gladstone Institutes, UCSF Dec 13 2012 Hands-on tutorial: Cytoscape network visualization and analysis Chimera hands-on tutorial at UC Berkeley Dec 5 2012 Basic molecular display, segmenting and fitting single-particle density maps, extracting regions from termite gut FIBSEM data Northern California Society for Microscopy meeting, UCSF Nov 15 2012 Viewing and analyzing microscopy data with Chimera; map segmentation [HTML] Macromolecular Interactions course, UCSF BP204 Oct 17 2012 Chimera structural analysis and comparison; contacts and H-bonds, superposition, morphing, building multimers, working with sequences Introduction to Bioinformatics course, UCSF BMI206 Oct 14-30 2012 Four hours of lecture featuring superfamily analysis, protein similarity networks, and the Structure-Function Linkage Database, which was also used in a lab assignment Cytoscape workshop at NIH, Bethesda, MD Oct 4 2012 Network visualization and analysis with Cytoscape [workshop materials] Chimera workshop at NIH, Bethesda, MD Oct 2-3 2012 Introduction to Chimera, structure analysis, sequence-structure tools, EM density analysis, publication images and movies [workshop materials] Workshop on the Radical SAM Superfamily, UCSF Sep 29 2012 Radical SAM superfamily curation and analysis with the Structure-Function Linkage Database Bay Area cryo-EM meeting, Santa Cruz Aug 27 2012 Making movies in Chimera, morphing EM maps and molecular structures of ParM [HTML] Chimera training via WebEx for graduate students in structural and computational biology, Baylor College of Medicine Aug 14 2012 Chimera visualization of protein structures and sequences (dipeptide epimerase) and covering multiple length scales, from atoms to cells (T-cell tomography and termite gut EM) Chimera hands-on training by teleconference, cryoEM workshop at the National University of Singapore Jul 12 2012 Electron tomography segmentation, molecule display, fitting; Q & A [HTML] Chimera training for the DeGrado group at UCSF Jul 3 2012 Chimera structural analysis and comparison; H-bonds, superposition, morphing, attributes, working with sequences, density display, making movies; Q & A Chimera workshop at the University of Missouri Apr 28 2012 Molecular visualization and analysis Cytoscape workshop at the University of Missouri Apr 27 2012 Network visualization and analysis Cytoscape tutorial at the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Lausanne Mar 12-13 2012 Network visualization and analysis Chimera tutorial at VIZBI 2012 (EMBO Visualizing Biological Data conference), Heidelberg, Germany Mar 5 2012 Basics of molecular visualization and animation Cytoscape developer tutorial at VIZBI 2012, Heidelberg, Germany Mar 5 2012 Cytoscape plugin development
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