Uncovering Novel Roles Of MicroRNAs in Tumors Using The Cancer Genomics Cloud
At the next Cancer Genome Cloud’s (CGC's) monthly webinar series, NCI Research Fellow, Dr. Xavier Bofill-De Ros, will share his experiences leveraging the NCI Cancer Research Data Commons (CRDC) Cloud Resources to study microRNA and its mechanisms. He will present on:
- analyzing microRNA isoforms in the cloud.
- understanding the role of RNA structures on microRNA function.
- applying “The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA)” and multi-omics approach to mechanistic studies.
As one of NCI’s Cloud Resources, the CGC provides researchers access to a wide variety of data sets from NCI’s CRDC along with a catalog of tools to analyze and visualize the data directly from an internet browser.
The webinar series is free and available to the public.
Dr. Bofill-De Ros is a research fellow in NCI’s RNA Biology Laboratory. His research includes studies of how microRNA biogenesis affects tumor progression and mechanisms affecting microRNA stability. Dr. Bofill-De Ros also aided in NCI’s development of QuagmiR, the first cloud-based tool for microRNA isoform analysis.