For anyone requiring support with biomedical data analysis, the Bioinformatics Research Technology Platform is now offering help and advice. Their team of analysts has experience across many different platforms and can provide assistance with all things bioinformatics from grant writing to programming, analysis pipelines to data storage, making figures to High Performance Computing.
For more information, see their website (https://warwick.ac.uk/bioinformatics/), or meet them in person at one of the regular ‘clinic’ sessions, where they are available every Tuesday morning in the GH café and at other locations (see the website for other dates and locations). There is no need to make an appointment to meet them at these sessions, just drop by for some on-the-spot training or advice.
Success for Ed Hill
I am very pleased to let all know that Ed Hill has been chosen as one of the winners from Mathematics of the 2020 Faculty Post-Doctoral Research Prize for his paper “Seasonal inﬂuenza: Modelling approaches to capture immunity propagation".
Really pleased to finally be able to tell everyone that there is a double success for SBIDER in the recently announced HPRUs (Health Protection Research Units).
Xavier Didelot (along with Noel McCarthy, Sophie Staniszewska, Matt Keeling, Elizabeth Wellington & Chris Quince from Warwick) have been awarded the HPRU in Genomics and Enabling Data.
Noel McCathy (agains with Xavier Didelot, Sophie Staniszewska & Matt Keeling from Warwick) is part of the team, led by Liverpool, that has been awarded the HPRU in Gastrointestinal Infections.
Both of these bring considerable prestige and impact to Warwick, together with the opportunity to work closely with Public Health England in these important health areas.