Many researchers have strengths in only one or two of these disciplines, and will often need skills which encompass many of the other areas.
The role of the Bioinformatics Hub is not only to provide training & research support across these areas, but to join researchers together with others who can provide the complimentary set of skills, enabling stronger research outcomes for all at the University.
The Bioinformatics Hub provides an open workspace with hot desks for students and researchers to allow greater collaboration on complex problems. The open workspace is also ideal for collaborators to grab a coffee, meet & discuss their work, or for supervisors to talk through work with post-graduate students.
All meeting rooms are equipped with video facilities & are ideal for presentations to be made to research groups, or for video conferencing with remote collaborators. Please book meeting rooms by contacting the Bioinformatics Hub.
Training for Students & Researchers
A series of ongoing training workshops are a feature of the Bioinformatics Hub whereby formal sessions are regularly offered in common introductory topics, and sessions can also be run based on the needs & requests of researchers.
If there is a topic which you would like to see covered which is not already listed under the Training & Workshops sections, please contact the Bioinformatics Hub to enquire about getting a training session organised.
Consultation & Collaboration
Staff are available to assist students & researchers as they grapple with analytic methods or results. If a research collaboration is on your mind, an early discussion with us may help to provide you with the expertise in your particular field of interest and ensure that your experiment will provide meaningful results.