[12/04/2014] The BIB club is having an event on Thursday. This is a faculty member from Hunter who works with informatics. Additionally, for whose who are looking or interested for an internship, this would be a great opportunity for you to ask and introduce yourself.
Pizza will be served!!
[11/07/2014] The field trip event will include close collaboration with a local high school to engage students and foster and interest in the field of science. In this venue, the club will host a “Spooky Metagenomics” event which will take place in November 7, 2014 from 1pm to 3pm. Students will dress in festive costumes and collect specimens from the ponds of a local cemetery. BIB club members will sequence the specimens in the lab (as the same time, they are going to work with the high school students for DNA preparation and sequencing), which will then present these findings to the high school at a later date.
This field trip is limited to 10 students and the cost per student is $5. (However, the cost will be covered by the funds )
Location: 500 25th Street Brooklyn, New York 11232
[10/31/2014] Biomedical Informatics club (BIB) will host a trip to New York Genome center on Friday – October 31, 2014 at 10am for a 60-90 minutes visit. The New York Genome Center (NYGC) is at the forefront of transforming biomedical research and clinical care with the mission of saving lives. NYGC’s Integrated Genomics includes Experimental Design, Sequencing, Bioinformatics Analysis, HPC and Data Storage, and Consulting. For this trip, they are going to provide the students a private tour on the reality of genomics and how real science gets done. This trip will also be focusing on bioinformatics related. Since this event is operating during Halloween, the students are going to come in with costumes. The trip will be free; however, this is limited to 10 students.
Location: 101 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10013
[10/23/2014] Our guest speaker this time is going to be Dr. Jer-Ming Chia, who is a senior architect and cloud-computing specialist for Cycle Computing. He has experience of analyzing data from with next-generation sequencing experiments among his many other skills. This talk under the title “Solving the Maize” will be held on Oct. 23rd in Room N1001 between 1 and 2 p.m.Pizza will be served
[10/16/2014] Our Zumba fund-raising event on Thursday, October 16th between 1 and 2 p.m. in Room N523, under the certified instructor.Funds raised will go towards the BIB student club activities such as funding field trips to awesome research labs and inviting cool scientists to come speak at CityTech.