RT @JenCWaters: I will be formally opening a search for the next Advanced Microscopy Fellow very soon! Please forward. https://t.co/pP8mXn
    RT @alexmsalmeida: Happy to announce our latest work where we combined and analysed over 280,000 genomes from the human gut microbiome: htt…
    RT @GraceMwaura: We are almost there! #connectingminds 25-27th Sept in Nairobi with the most diverse group of rising research leaders from…
    RT @GaviSeth: I agree with @DrTedros. We cannot forget about measles, which is spreading at an alarming rate in several countries. Resilien…
    RT @mzahir89: And that's how we end the AfSHG meeting. Thank you to the Mali team and MSHG for the wonderful hospitality @vnembaware @julie
    RT @AhmadAlKhleifat: Our recent preprint- Mutations in the SPTLC1 gene are a cause of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis that may be amenable to…
    RT @SickleInAfrica: Mr Mohamed Alimohamed from Tanzania talks about how "Variant re-intrepretation in Next-Generation Sequencing #NGS data…
    RT @SickleInAfrica: Ms Khuthala Mnika from South Africa reports on gaining a better understanding of how individual Sickle Cell #SCD patien…
    RT @olgabot: Slides from my talk about @nextflowio from #nfcamp19 https://t.co/V55xqfoVuD ! How we use Nextflow at CZ Biohub, including @c
    RT @VectorBase: The @WHO Global Malaria Programme is currently recruiting a Technical Officer (Entomologist). https://t.co/ZQ37sBwX4L
    RT @ClausWilke: I've set up a website with annotated examples of how to make publication-quality figures with ggplot2. #rstats #ggplot http…
    RT @SickleInAfrica: Dr Siana Nkya from Tanzania reports "Promises and Progress of Sickle Cell Disease research in Africa" #SCD #SickleCellD
    RT @vnembaware: Prof Mogo Matshana from CafGen giving a talk on the Genomics of HIV and TB in Africa. Highlighted a map of Africa with bord…
    RT @NIGMSTraining: It’s National Postdoc Appreciation Week!!! @NIGMSTraining thanks all of the postdocs who work so hard to advance biomedi…
    RT @emily_liman: Otop1 is the sour taste receptor! Our report shows that Otop1 is required for sour taste. Follows up discovery in @scienc
    RT @NIH: News: NIH announces funding awards for national early psychosis learning community https://t.co/uqPiBDVDa5
    RT @EMBLEvents: Participants of the EMBO Practical Course: Microbial Metagenomics: A 360º Approach will receive an overview of state-of-the…
    Power of research! 🧫🧬 https://t.co/xkP2nU110m
    RT @edyong209: A new ancient DNA study shows that modern-day Puerto Ricans can trace some ancestry to the island's Indigenous peoples. It s…
    RT @EGAarchive: 50 lymphoblastoid cell lines of adult female Twins which are part of the MuTHER study, processed with the FAIRE assay in or…
    RT @markmccarthyoxf: Fresh biorxiv from Oxford: how often, when you see a GWAS/cis-eQTL colocalization, is the e-gene causal for the signal…
    Thoughts on this?! https://t.co/pwVPUqskpG
    RT @ewanbirney: Repeat after me. It's not _epitranscriptomics_, it's _RNA modifications_. Similar to the fact that its .. protein modificat…
    RT @UKRI_News: New round of Future Leaders Fellowships announced: https://t.co/C5ClT6HvYO Top researchers and innovators from across the c…
    RT @UCT_news: Five female UCT researchers are among the local organising team bringing Soapbox Science to Cape Town for the first time on 2…
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    Regular events

    In order to foster a sense of community and to connect our members across the continent, H3ABioNet regularly hosts both webinars as well as a REDCap working group. These groups are open for anyone to join and contribute. More information about these groups as well as how to join can be found below.


    The H3ABioNet bioinformatics webinar series  provides a forum to present and showcase ongoing projects of H3ABioNet consortium members working within the broad area of bioinformatics and computational genomics and their applications to various aspects of genomic medicine.


    Through broad participation and knowledge-sharing, the webinar series fosters the exchange of ideas and the building of new collaborations across multiple disciplines within and outside Africa.

    When and where does this group meet?

    Every third Wednesday of the month at 3 PM CAT.

    Adobe Connect HB3ABIONET meeting room: 

    Seminar Date: Wednesdays 
    Seminar time: 1pm UTC / 2pm WAT / 3pm CAT / 4pm EAT

    URL to join the seminarhttp://meeting.uct.ac.za/h3abionet-webinars/



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