Application for Participation in IronHack February 25-27!
We'll take as many folks as we have room for!
What is your name (first and last)?
What is your email address?
What is your github username?
Do you have a working knowledge of shell scripting?
Have you previously been waitlisted for an NCBI/NIH hackathon?
What other programming languages do you use?
Do you need transportation to AGBT at Marco Island (only applicable for AGBT participants)
What is your official affiliation (title, institution)? What is the primary development team you work on?
Please tell us in 2-3 sentences why you want to participate.
Here are Some Approximate Project Titles (which are expected to evolve); please pick the top three you are interested in working on?
Please pick your top three; note that "*" indicates the project is open to anyone with some coding skills, regardless of bioinformatics experience, particularly librarians and front-end developers.
Phenotype Genotype Mapping: team-lead Justin Gibbons (e.g, novel knowledge graph to connect genotypes to phenotypes, data integration approach for mapping genotypes to phenotypes)
SNP Variants and Structure Variants: team-lead Xiaoming Liu (e.g. Structural variant mining with single molecule sequencing data)
Large Scale RNAseq integration: team-lead Swamy Adapa (e.g. Integrative pipelines to analyze large scale RNAseq experiments)
Data Visualization: team-lead Charley Wang (e.g. Visualization tools for data integration and pattern recognitions)
Secure and Rapid Diagnosis: team-lead Rays Jiang (e.g. safe and rapid direct diagnosis tools to enable clinicians without specialized rare disease knowledge)
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