UCLA TCGB has two open positions (SRA III - one for web lab, one for bioinformatics). Please contact Dr. Xinmin Li for more info.
1/24/2018: UCLA TCGB will have an Open House between 11am-2pm on 2/15.
UCLA TCGB/JCCC GSR will hold an Open House to provide information about the comprehensive NGS/microarray/bioinformatics services. During the lab tour, you will have an opportunity to 1) see the state-of-the-art genomics technologies including newly arrived Novaseq 6000, 10X Genomics Chromium system and Biocartis Idylla system; 2) learn our NGS/microarray capabilities; 3) see our unbelievable new fee structure (significantly reduced again!); 4) speak to core personnel and technology experts for technical questions.
Please contact Dr. Xinmin Li or Dr. Ling Dong for more information (phone: 310-825-3664; email: email@example.com)
1/19/2018: The Illumina Novaseq6000 and 10X genomics instruments are now available at UCLA Technology center for Genomics & Bioinformatics. For cost effective sequencing with Novaseq6000 and single cell sequencing, please contact Xinmin Li
10/31/2017: UCLA TCGB is pleased to announce a one-day NGS workshop to be held on December 1, 2017. Click HERE for details and online registration.
UCLA TCGB is pleased to announce a one-day NGS workshop to be held on October 24, 2016. Click HERE for details and online registration.
The first new generation of Illumina sequencer, HiSeq3000, is now available at UCLA Clinical Microarray Core. To help investigators quickly experience the power and potential of this low cost, fast TAT and high throughput sequencing system, we are offering an introductory price in November, 2015 for HiSeq3000 sequencing as below:
1) RNAseq: $350/sample including QC, library construction and 1x50 sequencing (need at least 24 samples, deliver >12 million reads)
2) whole exome sequencing for germline mutations: $650/exome including QC, library construction/exome enrichment and 2x150 sequencing (need at least 12 samples, deliver >50 million PE reads)
3) whole exome sequencing for somatic mutations: $850/exome including QC, library construction/exome enrichment and 2x150 sequencing (need at least 6 samples, deliver >100 million PE reads)
This introductory price is for limited time only. For more information, please contact Dr. Xinmin Li.
UCLA CMC is pleased to announce a 4-day Next Generation Sequencing Workshop to be held on July 13-16, 2015.