The 2018 Audrey Richards Distinguished Public Lecture in African Studies Lecture to be given by Professor Lungisile Ntsebeza at Cambridge University: decolonising African Studies.
We have developed a pipeline for processing array-based exome data, configured to run on UCT's high performance cluster (hex)
We have developed a pipeline for processing mass-spectrometry-based proteomics data, configured to run on UCT's high performance cluster (hex)
We are currently configuring an RNAseq analysis pipeline to run on UCT's high performance cluster (hex). The pipeline was developed by Phil Ewels and Rickard Hammarén at National Genomics Infrastructure (NGI), Sweden using Nextflow (a bioinformatics workflow tool), docker and singularity containers, resulting in a portable, reproducible scientific workflow.
We have an exome sequencing pipeline available.
JIFA was invited to do a three day training on judgement writing for the Seychelles judiciary in April. Linda Dobbs and Penny Andrews formed the training team which was well received