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Dave Clements

I work on the Galaxy Project for Johns Hopkins University (and formerly at Emory University), where I organize meetings and courses, prepare training materials, and improve Galaxy's documentation, wiki, and web presence. I'm also hoping to touch the (Python!) code.

Prior to working on Galaxy I ran the GMOD Help Desk from 2007-2010, where I did similar work. I am still involved in the GMOD community as a representative of Galaxy. From 2007 through 2012 I telecommuted from the Phillips and Cresko Labs in the Institute of Ecology and Evolution (IE2) at the University of Oregon.  (That was the first time I got to stay in the same office while changing employers!)

Contact Details

E-mail

<clements AT galaxyproject DOT org>

Background

My background is in computer science. I have been working in bioinformatics since 2000.

Prior to working on Galaxy, and for NESCent and GMOD before that, I worked as the database manager at the European Renal Genome project (EuReGene), as a member of the Edinburgh Mouse Atlas Project (EMAP). This project studied kidney development and disease. My work focused on gene expression patterns, and anatomy ontologies.

Prior to EuReGene I worked for ZFIN, the zebrafish model organism database at the University of Oregon for 5 years as a database administrator and software engineer.

My pre-bioinformatics career included

Publications

Presentations, Tutorials, Workshops, Demos and Posters

2014

Date

Topic/Event

Venue/Location

Links

March 7

Galaxy Workshop

University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, United States

Slides

February 26-28

GMOD Malaysia 2014

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Slides

January 16-17

Galaxy Project Update

2014 GMOD Meeting, San Diego, California, United States

Slides

January 11-15

Galaxy for NGS Data Analysis: A Hands-on Computer Demo

with Anushka Brownley

Plant and Animal Genome XXII (PAG 2014), San Diego, California, United States

Slides

Galaxy Cloudman: A Gentle Introduction to Data Analysis on the Cloud

Part of the GMOD Workshop

Slides

2013

Date

Topic/Event

Venue/Location

Links

October 21-25

NGS Data Analysis and Galaxy Workshop

University of Cape Town

2013 South Africa Galaxy Workshop Tour

Slides

October 14-18

NGS Data Analysis and Galaxy Workshop

University of Pretoria

2013 South Africa Galaxy Workshop Tour

Slides

July 18-23

Introduction to Galaxy Workshop

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)

2013 Research Triangle Workshop Tour, North Carolina, United States

Slides

Introduction to Galaxy Workshop

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Slides

Galaxy Installation Tutorial

Introduction to Galaxy Workshop

North Carolina State University

Slides

June 20-22

W1: Next-generation sequencing data analysis with GenomeSpace and Galaxy

FGED Conference, Seattle, Washington

Slides

April 29 - May 2

Introduction to Galaxy Workshops

Washington University in St. Louis

Slides

Saint Louis University

Slides

University of Missouri Columbia

Slides

April 12

Transparent, accessible, reproducible analysis with Galaxy

The Genome Analysis Centre, Norwich, United Kingdom

Slides

April 11

Introduction to Galaxy Workshop

Slides

April 7-10

GO Galaxy Workshop, with  Chris Mungall 

Biocuration 2013, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Galaxy Intro slides, GO Galaxy Slides

April 5-6

Galaxy Project Update

2013 GMOD Meeting, Cambridge, United Kingdom, immediately prior to Biocuration 2013

Slides

Community Building and Support

Slides

Installing Galaxy on the Cloud Workshop

Tutorial

March 5

Galaxy for Biologists

Caltech, Pasadena, California, United States

Slides

March 2-5

Accessible, Transparent and Reproducible Analysis With Galaxy, part of

Galaxy for Core Facilities, part of

ABRF 2013
Palm Springs, California, United States

SW1 Workshop slides, W6 Workshop slides

Febrary 4 & 5

Introduction to Galaxy Workshop, with Mo Heydarian 

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Slides

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007 and Before

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