Expert with passion for life-extension research and next-generation sequencing analysis tutor needed for legally blind bioinformatics student
I am looking for a dedicated person to teach me how to analyze next-generation sequencing data. Examples of the kinds of datasets I need to learn can be found at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Traces/sra/[url removed, login to view];m=&s=&term=yeast&go=Search.
The tutoring would take place remotely via Team Viewer and Skype. Hence, as long as there is internet access, location doesn’t matter.
Knowledge, interest and passion for research about longevity, immortality, yeast, aging, caloric restriction, microarray analysis, Excel, R, SAS, heat maps, databases, sterol synthesis, regulation and transport as well as generating and visualizing gene and pathway interaction networks is a big plus. .
I would also appreciate some help in finishing up my microarray analyses. Examples for it can be found at https://www.ebi.ac.uk/arrayexpress/experiments/browse.html. I am especially interested in learning how to analyze time series data.
Could you please contact me if you – or anyone you know – might be in a position to teach me how to do these kinds of analysis? I need to keep making progress earning my PhD in bioinformatics, despite being legally blind.
Could you please contact me directly rather than through LinkedIn by any of the methods below because due to my limited vision its much easier for me to process information in the much more familiar G-mail and Skype environments than through this LinkedIn website because my text to speech software has trouble with it?
Thanks for considering this.