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Moldovan University on Serghei's Workshops

State University of Medicine and Pharmacy (Moldova) Newsroom: Bioinformatics - A new trends in mdeical research

Nature Methods interviews Serghei on benchmarking

Bench pressing with genomics benchmarkers: Some -omics tools can be accurate, sensitive or efficient than others. Yet benchmarking is no tell-all

Tech Xplore reports on Telescope

Tech Xplore reports on Telescope: a tool to manage bioinformatics analyses on mobile devices

UCLA Newsroom on Bioinformatics for All

UCLA Newsroom: Team proposes plan to use bioinformatics, open data to boost science in developing countries

GWU School of Medicine on Bioinformatics for All

George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences: Researchers Propose Using Bioinformatics, Open Data to Boost Basic Science Globally

AAAS EurekAlert! on Schizophrenia study

AAAS EurekAlert! Schizophrenics’ blood has more genetic material from microbes

USC Investigators Lead International Call for Increased Diversity in Immunogenomics

USC School of Pharmacy scientists united researchers worldwide to promote inclusivity in immunology studies

UofL researchers lead call to increase genetic diversity in immunogenomics

Corey T. Watson, Ph.D., assistant professor in the University of Louisville Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, is leading a call to actively diversify the genetic resources he and fellow immunogenomics researchers use in their work to advance genomic medicine more equitably.

A call to increase genetic diversity in immunogenomics

Corey T. Watson, Ph.D., assistant professor in the University of Louisville Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, is leading a call to actively diversify the genetic resources he and fellow immunogenomics researchers use in their work to advance genomic medicine more equitably.

Researchers Lead Call to Increase Genetic Diversity in Immunogenomics

Corey T. Watson, Ph.D., assistant professor in the University of Louisville Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, is leading a call to actively diversify the genetic resources he and fellow immunogenomics researchers use in their work to advance genomic medicine more equitably.