Bioinformatics Networking

The Bioinformatics Core offers numerous opportunities for networking at the University of Rhode Island, our primarily undergraduate institutions, and the INBRE network. Information on past sessions are included below:

  • RIMS Update - Rhode Island Microbiome Symposium 2022 The second Rhode Island Microbiome Symposium (RIMS) was held virtually in January 2022. The goal of this symposium is to promote microbiome and microbial research in Rhode Island and the Northeast by bringing together researchers from state universities and hospitals who currently work on microbiome research or who are interested… Continue Reading
  • Rhode Island Microbiome Symposium 2022 - Registration is now open for the Rhode Island Microbiome Symposium 2022!  Please visit the symposium website at to register and submit an abstract. Continue Reading
  • RI Microbiome Symposium - RI Microbiome Symposium In January 2020, RI-INBRE hosted our first Rhode Island Microbiome Symposium at the University of Rhode Island’s College of Pharmacy. The symposium was designed to highlight clinical and environmental microbiome researcher in the state and the greater New England region. Over 100 researchers attended the two-day event that covered topics in the… Continue Reading

  • T3 Train the Trainer - Train the Trainer Workshop One of the goals of RI-INBRE for the future is to increase bioinformatics education and training at the primarily undergraduate institutions (PUI’s). As part of this goal, we encourage Rhode Island PUI investigators to attend the Train the Trainer (T3) workshop held annually in Maine by the New Hampshire and Maine… Continue Reading