We are a community-centered organization and as such our mandate is to educate students and staff on the newest developments in the next-generation sequencing realm. If you would like to book a lecture, tour, or other collaboration, please send us an email with information about your course.
Please also feel free to use our Guide to NGS Project Planning as a resource for students.
Previous outreach work:
University of Toronto MMG3006Y, Future Directions in Medical Genomics: Spring 2019, 2020. Graduate students received a tour of the DSC facility, participated in a hands-on library prep, and attended lectures by the DSC director and staff.
University of Toronto PSL374H, Advanced Physiology Laboratory: Spring 2020. Undergraduate students received a tour of the DSC facility and attended a lecture by DSC staff.
University of Toronto BME346H, Biomedical Engineering and Omics Technologies: Spring 2019. Undergraduate students attended a lecture overviewing current NGS technologies and challenges in the field.
University of Toronto MGY360H, Whole-Genome Sequencing and Analysis Laboratory: Spring 2017, 2018 (recurring). Undergraduate students receive a tour of the DSC facility.
DSC staff member Kyle Turner lecturing in Future Directions in Medical Genomics