Sheffield Bioinformatics Core

Supported by the Faculty of Health.

The Sheffield Bioinformatics Core provides a range of services to support researchers in the analysis, visualization and interpretation of 'omics and other high-throughput biological datasets. We also have a range of data science and Bioinformatics training workshops facilitated by experienced and accredited instructors. In order to make the most of our services, please contact us at the experimental planning stage of your project. We primarily work with researchers and staff from The University of Sheffield, but are open to external or industrial collaborators.

Bioinformatics Clinics / Consultation

Requests for a free 30 minute Bioinformatics consultation can be made via the Research Software Engineering (RSE) code clinic system. This is monitored by Bioinformatics Core staff, so we will ensure the appropriate expertise (which may involve individuals from multiple teams) will be available to help you

Community

Connect with us and find out about Bioinformatics researcher and training happening in Sheffield on Twitter, Linkedin or the Sheffield Bioinformatics Core mailing list.


Blog


New cytoscape course
Posted By
Emily Chambers
Date
13 May 2024
NorthernBug 11
Posted By
Emily Chambers
Date
18 December 2023
Reproducible Bioinformatics Pipelines
Posted By
Mark Dunning
Date
8 November 2022
Five years of SBC
Posted By
Mark Dunning
Date
1 October 2022
Single-cell RNA-seq
Posted By
Emily Chambers
Date
1 September 2022
Discovery of AV.1
Posted By
Sharon Hsu
Date
22 June 2021
Setting-up command line tools
Posted By
Mark Dunning
Date
18 June 2020
Index of training resources
Posted By
Mark Dunning
Date
12 May 2020
Upcoming single-cell genomics seminar
Posted By
Mark Dunning
Date
19 December 2019
Bioinformatics Clinics
Posted By
Emily Chambers
Date
10 December 2019

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Workshop

Workshop

Introduction to RNA-seq analysis in R
Start time
22 July 2024 to 26 July 2024 - 13:00-16:00
Location
The Diamond Workroom 2, or ONLINE
Speaker
Dr. Mark Dunning, Dr. Akshay Bhat
Workshop

Workshop

Introduction to the command line for Bioinformatics
Start time
15 July 2024 to 15 July 2023 - 13:00-16:30
Location
Bartolome House, Seminar Room EG03, or Online
Speaker
Dr. Mark Dunning
Workshop

Workshop

Data Manipulation and Visualization
Start time
1 July 2024 to 5 July 2024 - 13:00-16:00
Location
Bartolome House, Seminar Room EG03, or Online
Speaker
Dr. Mark Dunning, Dr. Akshay Bhat
Workshop

Workshop

Analysis of Biological Networks using Cytoscape
Start time
12 June 2024 to 12 June 2024 - 09:30-16:30
Location
Bartolome House, Seminar Room EG03, or ONLINE
Speaker
Dr. Akshay Bhat
Workshop

Workshop

Introduction to RNA-seq analysis in R
Start time
15 April 2024 to 19 April 2024 - 13:00-16:00
Location
Pam Liversidge Building, Design Studio 1, D06, or ONLINE
Speaker
Dr. Mark Dunning, Dr Emily Chambers, Dr. Akshay Bhat
Workshop

Workshop

Introduction to RNA-Seq Analysis
Start time
20 March 2024 to 20 March 2024 - 13:00-16:00
Location
Bartolome House, Seminar Room EG03, or ONLINE
Speaker
Dr. Mark Dunning, Dr. Akshay Bhat
Workshop

Workshop

Statistical Analysis of Biological Data in R
Start time
28 February 2024 to 28 February 2024 - 13:00-16:30
Location
Bartolome House - Seminar Room EG03, or ONLINE
Speaker
Dr. Aya Elwazir, Dr. Mark Dunning, Dr. Akshay Bhat, Dr. Mohsin Masood
Workshop

Workshop

Data Manipulation and Visualization
Start time
5 February 2024 to 9 February 2024 - 13:00-16:00
Location
Bartolome House, Seminar Room EG03, or Online
Speaker
Dr. Mark Dunning, Dr. Emily Chambers, Dr. Akshay Bhat
Workshop

Workshop

Introduction to the command line for Bioinformatics
Start time
30 November 2023 to 30 November 2023 - 13:00-16:30
Location
ONLINE
Speaker
Dr. Mark Dunning
Workshop

Workshop

Introduction to RNA-seq analysis in R
Start time
6 November 2023 to 10 November 2023 - 13:00-16:00
Location
Pam Liversidge Building, Design Studio 1, D06 or ONLINE
Speaker
Dr. Mark Dunning

All of our upcoming and previous events >>


For queries relating to collaborating with the Bioinformatics Core team on projects: bioinformatics-core@sheffield.ac.uk

Join our mailing list so as to be notified when we advertise talks and workshops by subscribing to this Google Group. You can also connect with us on Linkedin.

Requests for a Bioinformatics support clinic can be made via the Research Software Engineering (RSE) code clinic system. This is monitored by Bioinformatics Core staff, so we will ensure the appropriate expertise (which may involve individuals from multiple teams) will be available to help you

Queries regarding sequencing and library preparation provision at The University of Sheffield should be directed to the Multi-omics facility in SITraN or the Genomics Laboratory in Biosciences.