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ITN Workshops at the Annual ITCR meeting covered reproducibility practices
Lqoui Now supports Subtitles and PowerPoint
Loqui which is a web-based app that helps you create videos from slides (both from Power Point or Google Slides). The notes become the audio, and the slides become the images. You can try Loqui out here: https://loqui.fredhutch.org/
ITN Events at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center Were a Hit!
ITN delivered 4 workshops in August 2023 at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center in Seattle, Washington, engaging with numerous cancer researchers, post docs, students, and scientists, covering a variety of topics.
Mary Goldman gave a demonstration of how the UCSC Xena Browser can help visualize many aspects of genomics research. The Xena Browser is an online exploration tool for public and private, multi-omic and clinical/phenotype data.
A Cancer Computing Workshop helped attendees learn more about resources
A Workshop about multidisciplinary teams and DEI help attendees learn practices for effectively working in teams
Carrie Wright taught about best practices for finding, creating, and nurturing multidisciplinary teams, as well as for helping to support team members with diverse scientific backgrounds and life experiences.
ITN Events at TGEN were interactive!
ITN delivered 2 workshops in August 2023 at Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGEN) in Phoenix, Arizona.
Attendees from the Native American Cancer Prevention (NACP) Partnership, TGEN and the University of Arizona, and Northern Arizona University joined us to learn about cancer computing resources, like Galaxy and microbiome analysis.