TV Worth Watching (and no reruns!)

GenomeTV is a YouTube Channel for the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), a part of National Institutes of Health.

Content is arranged into six broad categories:

♦ Education and Training: a variety of tutorials and education resources dedicated to informing students, teachers, researchers, and the public.

♦ Workshops and Meetings: recordings of NHGRI/NIH scientific workshops/meetings exploring data and policy issues, clinical approaches, and the latest research.

♦ Symposia: playlists from specialized sessions covering the research and accomplishments of specific NHGRI programs.

♦ Lectures: individual and series of lectures intended to share current genetics and genomics research and impact.

♦ News and Documentary: news about significant discoveries and documentaries explaining NHGRI projects and initiatives.

♦ NHGRI Advisory Council: videos from the three annual open sessions of the National Advisory Council for Human Genome Research.

Here are a few examples of the continually updated content:

♦ ENCODE 2015: Research Applications and Users Meeting (30 videos, slide sets, and PDFs from the three-day hands-on workshops)

♦  4th Annual Scientific Symposium of The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) (24 videos)

2015 NHGRI Short Course: Genetics and Genomics Primer (2 videos)

Early in 2016, NHGRI will sponsor and post content for the lecture series Current Topics in Genome Analysis, which reviews the latest advances in genomics and bioinformatics.

Genome Productions, NHGRI’s Communication and Public Liaison Branch, created and produced many of these videos. You can freely copy and distribute the content, but please include an appropriate acknowledgment.

For information and training on a variety of bioinformatics resources, contact Dr. Helene McMurray, head of our Bioinformatics Consulting and Education Service.

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