SICB Annual Meeting 2016
January 3-7, 2016
Portland, OR

Workshops & Programs

  • Student First Timer/Student Worker Orientation "How to Get the Most Out of Your SICB Meeting", Sunday, Jan. 3, 5:30-6:30 PM, Oregon Ballroom *Required for students with Charlotte Mangum support

  • Data management plans for NSF proposals: what should they include? A community forum. Monday, Jan. 4, 7-8 PM, Room 415
    The Data Management Plan requirement for NSF proposals can be a source of confusion for PIs, and is evolving as technology changes. Come join in an informative discussion about what should and should not be included in the DMP, and add your opinion about the best ways to archive data and fulfill the accessibility requirements.

  • Workshops

    Transcriptomics Workshop (Jan. 7, 4-5:30 pm)
    - Information & Application

    Genome to Phenome Lunch (Jan. 4, Noon)
    - Information & Application

    Communicating Science: Practical applications for informal STEM education (Jan. 7, Noon-1:30 pm)
    - Information & Application

    Workshop: Explaining the Importance of "Oddball" Science: Strategies for Public Outreach (Jan. 5, 8:15-10:00 pm)
    - Information

    Student/Postdoctoral Affairs Workshop - Academic Transitions: Successfully Navigating from Undergraduate to Professor (Jan. 5, Noon-1:30 pm
    - Information

    TAL-X Workshop - TAL-K-12: Scientific Outreach for the K-12 Audience (Jan. 6, 7-9 pm)
    - Information