Events

April 17, 2017

 

The next Core Management Meeting will take place on Friday, May 12 from 10:00-11:00 AM at Mission Hall Room 1400.

UCSF attendees of this year’s Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities annual meeting will present topics including the ABRF Flow Research Group Study, Single Cell Genomics, ROI for Cores, and Rigor & Reproducibility.UCSF attendees of this year’s Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities annual meeting will present topics including the ABRF Flow Research Group Study, Single Cell Genomics, ROI for Cores, and Rigor & Reproducibility.

https://abrf.org/

An update will also be provided on the topic of the 2017 Core Leadership Retreat.

 

To be notified of future meetings via e-mail, please e-mail RRP@ucsf.edu and ask to be added to the Core Listserv!

 

 

March 13, 2017

IADR Academy In Focus:

Correlative Imaging and Faculty Development 

The School of Dentistry's Sunita Ho, PhD, is among featured speakers at an International Association for Dental Research presentation on correlative imaging and faculty development. Dr. Ho is the director of the UCSF Bioengineering and Biomaterials High Resolution Correlative Imaging Facility.

 

The presentation - March 21 at Moscone Center in San Francisco - precedes IADR's general session and exhibition in San Francisco. 

 Register online | Register via email

More information: http://www.iadr.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=4897#.WMcjevnyuUk 

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 07, 2017

​Please join us on Friday, March 10th 2017 from 9am-5pm in Mission Hall - 

  •  Learn more about the most recent single-cell applications and how they can advance your own research.
  • Discover the science behind the rapidly evolving and increasing range of technologies for single cell analysis.
  • During a panel Q&A session, question the experts about the advantages that different techniques offer for your specific project.

Please register to attend: https://ucsf.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6Y8vpdml9CkL0Il

Any questions or comments? Contact us at scachelp@ucsf.edu

 

 

 

February 27, 2017

 

The next Core Management Meeting will take place on Wednesday, 3/22 from 10:30-11:30 AM at Mission Hall Room 2103.

Core Development Awards - Funding Core Infrastructure: What infrastructure does your core need help in funding?

 

 

To be notified of future meetings via e-mail, please e-mail RRP@ucsf.edu and ask to be added to the Core Listserv!

 

 

February 16, 2017

Training will take place 3/7/17 1PM-4PM at Mission Bay campus. Registration required.

Please join us for a hands-on training workshop on Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA) software. This hands-on training session will mainly focus on biological interpretation of expression data (including RNA-seq). Using IPA you will learn how to rapidly:

  • Format, upload your data, and launch an analysis
  • Identify likely pathways that are expressed
  • Find causal regulators and their directional effect on genes functions and diseases
  • Build pathways, make connections between entities, and overlay multiple datasets on a pathway or network
  • Understand the effected biological processes
  • Comparison Analysis:utilize a heat map to easily visualize trends across multiple timepoints or samples

You will learn to explore IPA's knowledge and discovery tools that allow you to relate the most recent literature findings to your research. If you don’t currently have access to IPA, a training account will be provided. You will also learn how to join the institutional IPA license at UCSF.

Instructor:  Devendra Mistry, Ph.D., Field Applications Scientist, QIAGEN

 

Please register at tiny.ucsf.edu/IPAclass & bring your laptop!

 

January 12, 2017

 

The next Core Management Meeting will take place on Friday, 1/27 from 2-3 PM at Mission Bay, Rock Hall Auditorium 102.

 

Recharge Policy Discussion:

Do you have issues or problems with recharge proposals? Are some of these issues related to restrictive policies? Do you have ideas on how this could be easier?

Come share your pain points! The RRP is spearheading a group to discuss recharge policy changes. Please join us – we are looking for input from both core managers and administrators!

 

The Recharge Review Kick-off Event will be held 1/30 @ 2PM in Genentech N114. We encourage you to attend!

 

To be notified of future meetings via e-mail, please e-mail RRP@ucsf.edu and ask to be added to the Core Listserv!

 

 

 

January 09, 2017

The event will take place from 2:00-4:00pm with two sessions: You are welcome to attend one or both of the sessions depending on your needs. 

2:00-2:30         Introductory review of the recharge proposal review process for those new to recharges.

2:30-4:00         Highlights, changes, and best practices for the review process for 2017-18.

 

Light refreshments will be provided.

Contact Sarah Hislen with any questions: sarah.hislen@ucsf.edu or 415.476.8320

 

Slideshow Presentation

August 05, 2016

Save the Date!

The Research Resource Program is teaming up with the Lab Managers Group again this year to host the 2016 Scientific Vendor Showcase at two campuses! Stop by one or both of the events to meet vendors and learn about new products being offered. There will also be a delicious frozen treat waiting for you...

October 12th, 2016 ~ 9:00am-3:00pm (Open Event) - Parnassus, Millberry Union

October 19th, 2016 ~ 9:00am-3:00pm (Open Event) - Mission Bay, Koret Quad

Lookout for more details to come or for questions contact: Yvonne De Souza, Dana Smith or Rochelle Kelley

 

 

July 20, 2016

 

QB3, 953 Indiana Street
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

The Research Resource Program will be hosting the 2016 Summer Core Fairs to promote core visibility on campus. 

Invited speakers from UCSF cores will give short presentations at the QB3 Incubator about the services their cores provide, followed by a Meet & Greet. All cores are welcome to attend the Meet & Greet to answer questions and provide information on the various services they provide.

QB3 is a life science startup accelerator that connects entrepreneurs to critical resources such as funding, affordable wet lab and office space, industry partnerships and entrepreneurial education. Attendees will include tenants at QB3 incubator facilities, primarily from QB3@953, as well as tenants from neighboring incubator and accelerator programs in San Francisco who are interested in utilizing the wonderful resources that UCSF has to offer.

http://qb3at953.com

This event is open to QB3 residents only.

 

Any questions? Please email RRP@ucsf.edu.

 

Information for core participants:

Registration is limited. If your core is interested in attending the Meet & Greet, please e-mail RRP@ucsf.edu. Attending cores are invited to chat with potential customers at a Meet & Greet with light refreshments, following a 1 hour combined presentation session.

July 20, 2016

 

Parnassus, Medical Sciences Lobby
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM

The Research Resource Program will be hosting the 2016 Summer Core Fairs to promote core visibility on campus. 

Tables will be set up in the Medical Sciences Lobby at 513 Parnassus and representatives from cores from across campus will be on hand to answer questions and to provide information on the various services they provide. This event is open to the public and we encourage anyone who is interested in learning how cores can help their research to attend.

Lunch will be provided to attendees. We hope you can join us!

Any questions? Please email RRP@ucsf.edu.

 

Information for core participants:

Registration is currently open to all cores who wish to participate, however space is limited. Each attending core will be allotted a half-table space from which to chat with potential customers, distribute flyers, and provide demos or samples.

Registration is now closed.

  • Food will be provided, however please feel free to bring candy or other treats to attract attendees!
  • A representative from the core is required to be present for the entire event. Plan to arrive between 11:15-11:30 AM to set up.
  • Flyers should be limited to one page, and should provide basic information on your core, the services you provide, and how to request services or a consultation.
  • Please do not bring large scientific posters – there will not be space and the core fair is intended as a marketing event, not a scientific presentation.

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