EMSL2021_SummerSchool

Welcome!

The 2021 Multi-Omics Modeling of Biochemical Pathways course was a virtual course hosted by the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL) and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), featuring experts from EMSL, PNNL, Agile BioFoundry, and KBase.

Materials from this course cover how visualization tools, analysis, and modeling, of multi-omics data for understanding biochemical pathways.The curriculum includes lectures around topics of experimental design, transcriptome and proteome data, metabolomics and lipidomics data, metabolic modeling, and fluxomics.

The curriculum for modeling is accessible to the community as part of the EMSL 2021 Summer School – Multi-omics Modeling of Biochemical Pathways Organization in KBase. Create a KBase account and request to join the KBase Org to get started today!

Course Elements

Course Elements

1. BioDesign

Summary – Corydon Ireland

Presenters:

Kristin E. Burnum-Johnson, Scott Baker, Lee Ann McCue & Nathalie Munoz, EMSL

Jon Magnuson & Lisa Bramer, PNNL

Day 1 on EMSL LEARN
2. Proteomics

Summary – Corydon Ireland

Presenters:

Kristin E. Burnum Johnson & Aivett Bilbao, EMSL

Yuqian Gao, PNNL

Day 2 on EMSL LEARN
3. Metabolomics

Summary – Corydon Ireland

Presenters:

Nathalie Munoz, Robert Young, & William Kew, EMSL

Young-Mo Kim, PNNL

Day 3 on EMSL LEARN
4. Proteomics & Metabolomics Data Analysis, Intergration, and Visualization

Summary – Corydon Ireland

Presenters:

Kelly Stratton, David Degnan, Lisa Bramer, & Rachel Richardson, PNNL

Day 4 on EMSL LEARN
5. Metabolic Modeling

Summary – Corydon Ireland

Presenters:

Jeremy Zucker, PNNL

Janaka Edirisinghe & Chris Henry, KBase and Argonne National Laboratory

Narratives

available at EMSL 2021 Summer School – Multi-omics Modeling of Biochemical Pathways Organization

Day 5 on EMSL LEARN

Sponsors

  EMSL,  the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory 
 PNNL, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
US Department of Energy | Office of Science DOE, US Department of Energy
 JGI, Joint Genome Institute
KBase KBase, DOE Systems Biology Knowledgebase
 Subsurface Insights
 WHONDRS, Worldwide Hydrobiogeochemistry Observation Network for Dynamic River Systems
 SBR, Subsurface Biogeochemical Research
 ESS-DIVE, Deep Insight for Earth Science Data