ZarLab members and alumni are involved in many Bioinformatics training opportunities, which are aimed at advancing interdisciplinary research skills in undergraduate and graduate students, and junior and senior post-doctoral scholars.
Through our blog, we regularly present advice for strategizing graduate careers, managing scientific labs, and facilitating productive writing habits.
- Writing Tips: Improving Clarity on the Sentence Level
- Writing Tips: An Authorship Policy that Maximizes Collaboration
- Writing Tips: Why we Publish Methods Papers
- Writing Tips: Results Subsections
- Writing Tips: Methods Overview
- Writing Tips: Introduction
- Writing Tips: How we Edit
- Writing Tips: Getting Organized (and Staying that Way)
- Writing Tips: Motivation (or the Lack of It)
- Writing Tips: Overcoming Writer’s Block
Advice for Scientists
- Addressing the Digital Divide in Contemporary Biology: Lessons from Teaching UNIX
- UCLA Bioinformatics: The Philosophy of the Training Environment and Programs
- UCLA Bioinformatics: The Philosophy of the Ph.D. Program
- UCLA Bioinformatics: The Philosophy of the Undergraduate Program
- UCLA Launches CGSI with Inaugural Summer Programs
- Video Tutorial: Serghei Mangul’s Introduction to UNIX Workshops
- Video Tutorial: An Introduction to Read Mapping and Next Generation Sequencing
- Learning Bioinformatics @ UCLA: Finding Bioinformatics Research Opportunities
- Learning Bioinformatics @ UCLA: What Courses Should I Take?
- Learning Bioinformatics @ UCLA: The Undergraduate Bioinformatics Minor