Multi-omics survey responses needed

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Tiffanie Nelson

Aug 31, 2022, 4:55:38 AM8/31/22
Dear friends,

If you are working on multi-omics datasets or multiple ‘omics technologies, please help us out by completing the following 10 minute survey linked here

The survey responses will be used to get an understanding about the challenges faced by researchers working with multi-omics data with a view to implement and deploy national solutions in the digital space (datasets, infrastructure, tools, platforms, services and training).

I appreciate your response or any other relevant researchers you can forward this onto. More details are below.

Best regards,

The Australian BioCommons are seeking input from practitioners working with Multi-omics data (e.g. researchers, students, bioinformaticians et al) to tell us about the challenges faced when performing Multi-omics analyses here in Australia.  
**We are seeking your assistance to please respond to the survey and share this email widely with colleagues**

The Australian BioCommons is a federally funded effort that is deploying community-scale digital capacity, training and bioinformatics infrastructure to support life science research. Our aim is to engage Australian bioscience researchers to ascertain what is missing and then deploy solutions (see footnote).

We are currently focussing on Multi-omics analyses and want to hear about your infrastructure needs by completing a 10 minute survey – the datasets, tools, pipelines, standards and compute resources you use for multi-omics analysis and any difficulties or bottlenecks you have faced. 

We want to get a broad and diverse view of the experiences from researchers in Australia. So please contribute to this new community via:

Tiff Nelson, PhD
Research Community Engagement
Australian BioCommons

Please note, I work part-time. My normal days are Monday to Thursday.

M: +61 (0) 476 985 154

This position is funded by Bioplatforms Australia and hosted at QFAB/QCIF, Griffith University and the University of Newcastle.

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