3rd Regional Core Facility Technology Forum: Session 3

Elise Santorella (UConn Health)
The Meninges: The New Frontier in Neuroinflammation

Alexandria Battison (UConn)
Subcellular proteomes of neurons identified through proximity labeling

Matthew Stone, PhD (Sciex)
Viral Capsid Protein Characterization by LC-MS: Insights Into Efficacy

Richard Kibbey, MD PhD (Yale University)
6600 TripleTof Selexion Technology with Polly software from Elucidata performing Fluxomics

“West Haven Rocks WHEAT” Food Drive

Yale West Campus and West Haven Councilman Barry Lee Cohen are holding a “West Haven ROCKS WHEAT,” food drive on Saturday, November 14th at the Off Shore Restaurant & Lounge parking lot from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Location is 852 Jones Hill Road, West Haven. As stated on the WHEAT website, food items highly coveted this month include peanut butter, macaroni and cheese, canned green beans, cold cereal, tomato sauce, and soups (all types). All nonperishable food items are greatly appreciated.

Photo Contest

Try anything new during 2020 that you want to show off? Send us a photo or video of you trying something new - a new recipe, lab experiment, craft, exercise, or more. Voting on the photo submissions will be open to everyone the first week of November. The winner of the vote will get a West Campus Swag Bag and other Sweet Surprises! Support the Yale West Campus United Way Campaign and earn extra votes by donating money and sending in a copy of your receipt.

United Way Trivia Night!

The famous West Campus Trivia Night returns! Join friends and colleagues on Thursday, October 29th at 7pm for an evening of fun competition! Nature, movies, sports, and of course science! Gather your housemates and family to pit your whits against the best minds at Yale!

United Way Cooking Masterclass with Chef Chris

Bring the West Campus Café direct to your home! For a suggested donation of $10 - or any contribution big or small - join us October 19th at 7pm for this special cooking masterclass with West Campus’ own Chef Chris Jamilkowski! Sustainer in Chief of our campus community, Chef Chris has donated his time to share with you the secrets of his legendary pierogi recipe! Sign up today and we’ll send you a list of ingredients so you can follow along in this live broadcast!

Parallel Programming with R (online)

Parallel Programming with R is a two-hour intermediate-level course on using R for parallel computing. This course will cover:
- Writing parallel programs using R’s foreach, parallel and MPI packages, mostly focusing on foreach
- How to run parallel R programs using Slurm on the YCRC clusters
- How to install parallel R using Conda
A basic understanding of R and Slurm on the HPC clusters is helpful but not required.

Practical High Performance Computing (online)

This workshop follows our “Intro to HPC” workshop, expanding on parallelism and efficiency considerations. The workshop will review compute cluster architecture and proper job allocation. It will also cover a number of ways to make use of parallelism to improve performance of programs running on the cluster including:
- SimpleQueue
- High level parallelism in languages like R and Python
- Multi-threaded C programs
Monitoring your jobs to understand their resource requirements and to make sure they are running efficiently, will also be covered.


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