The Phoenix Bioscience Core Arts Committee hosts the public grand opening of the Artist + Researcher exhibit Friday, Sept 2nd. The reception is from 5:00-7:30 pm in the lobby of Health Sciences Education Building at the UA College of Medicine Phoenix. Phoenix Bioscience Core, Bentley Gallery, and the Phoenix community celebrate the nexus of science and art!
Soon after artwork will be displayed in the lobby of the Health Sciences Education Building in Downtown, Phoenix.
The lab’s High Performance Computing (HPC) system with two storage and 2 large compute nodes is now online! We’re running Ubuntu 20.04.4 LTS and use the BeeGFS parallel file system for blazingly fast access and data transfer speeds.
Tobias is invited to present his work on circtools at 2022 installment of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) circular RNA course: Methods for analysis of circRNAs: from discovery to function.
The Lab received a powerful workstation from Dell to evaluate and develop bioinformatics solutions using Intel’s oneAPI . We’re happy to be part of the seed program and excited about the new possibilities!
The Lab received grant funding from the University of Arizona BIO5 Institute in a joint effort with Dr. Shirin Doroudgar’s Lab to work on circular RNAs.
Moreover, the lab received a second BIO5 Rapid grant to establish a new bioinformatic analysis to develop a diagnostic test for schizophrenia together with Dr. Amelia Gallitano’s Lab.
The Jakobi lab is looking for a highly motivated individual for the role of a Postdoctoral Research Associate in our team.
Join our lab and help us to understand how different RNA species are involved in cardiovascular disease.