147 workgroups of the MHH have used services of RCU Genomics or its predecessors
Since the establishment of the microarray laboratory at the MHH (in 2001), a total of 147 workgroups from 50 departments have used the services of RCU Genomics or its predecessor facilities.
Overview list of previous users
Introduction of Single-cell RNA sequencing
Joint operation of a Chromium™ Single Cell Controller from 10x Genomics by the two Research Core Units Cell Sorting and Genomics.
Approval of Omics compulsory elective module
As part of the funding program "Quality plus - Program for the development of the study of tomorrow of the Lower Saxony Ministry of Science and Culture, the following project application was approved: Biostatistics in the age of omics techniques and BigData - Establishment of a compulsory elective module for the master programs Biochemistry and Biomedicine Learn the correct scientific evaluation of omics experiments with large amounts of data.
In addition to the RCU Genomics, the application involved the RCUs Proteomics and Metabolomics, the Institute of Clinical Biochemistry (Glycomics), the Institute of Biometry and the responsible coordinators of the two degree programs. The new module will be developed in cooperation with these partners and will be offered to students for the first time in spring of 2019.
Two new participants in the Voluntary Academic Year will gather experience in the RCUG next year.
RCU Genomics in journal "MHH-Info" November/Dezember 2017
This edition of "MHH Info" reports on our Research Core Unit, our team, our range of services, our organizational concept and our efforts to build a high-performance computing cluster at MHH in cooperation with ZIMt.
Genomics clarifies central questions
PDF (German only)
In addition, participants in the Voluntary Academic Year at the MHH are reported. "MHH-Info" has talked amongst other things to two participants who will gather their experiences with us in the RCUG.
Never that many before: Voluntary Academic Year
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139 workgroups of the MHH have used services of RCU Genomics or its predecessors
Since the establishment of the microarray laboratory at the MHH (in 2001), a total of 139 workgroups from 47 departments have used the services of RCU Genomics or its predecessor facilities.
Putting NextSeq550 sequencer into service
NextSeq550 sequencer is put into operation.
Formation of RCU Genomics
Merging of RCU Transcriptomics and RCU NGS to RCU Genomics
The newly formed Research Core Unit Genomics (RCUG) is at your disposal for planning and implementation of modern high-throughput procedures for nucleic acid analysis since the beginning of 2017.