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01.07.21 - 02.07.21

A Biochemical Society Workshop


Ribosome profiling is still a relatively new technique. Although many people perform these types of experiments, there is still a small number of groups that have successfully published results and there are currently no standard analysis pipelines in the field.

This two half-day workshop is aimed at PhD students and postdoctoral researchers and will provide an excellent training platform for scientists who are planning their ribosome profiling experiments, and those struggling with either wet lab or computational trouble shooting. It will offer a collaborative environment to share knowledge on many of the technical aspects of ribosome profiling, both practical and bioinformatic. The course will combine short technical presentations with discussions and questions aimed to help both individuals planning or just starting experiments, and those that are in the middle of analysis and would like further support.

Trainers include:

  • Dr Liana Lareau, University of California Berkeley
  • Dr Premal Shah, Rutgers University
  • Professor Uwe Ohler, The Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology
  • Dr Julie Aspden, University of Leeds
  • Dr Edward Wallace, University of Edinburgh
  • Dr Betty Chung, University of Cambridge
  • Dr Audrey Michel, University of Cork
  • Dr Caia Duncan, University of Cambridge
  • Dr Ania Wilcynska, Cancer Research UK Beatson Institute
  • Professor Pasha Baranov, University of Cork


For further information and to register for alerts in advanced please visit the Biochemical Society website

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

This event is approved by the Royal Society of Biology for purposes of CPD and may be counted as 24 CPD credits.