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2023

Register for DaSL Training: Season 2

The Fred Hutch Data Science Lab (DaSL) is excited to continue its training program in winter 2024 by offering a long-form class and short-form workshops to e...

BRI 2023: Data Stewardship Resources

Fred Hutch Data Science Lab supported the 2023 Biomedical Research Integrity series this year with an overview of resources to support trainees and staff in ...

Register for DaSL Training: Season 1

The Fred Hutch Data Science Lab (DaSL) is excited to announce a long-form class and short-form seminars this fall to engage research and clinical professiona...

DaSL Culture and Work Style

We are building the Fred Hutch Data Science Lab to support the data community broadly as a part of the Hutch. As we build our data organization it is importa...

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2022

Single Cell User Group

The Fred Hutch DaSL hosted a kick off meeting 9/26/22 for people working with Single Cell genomics data to brainstorm what sort of user group structure might...

Single Cell User Group Kickoff

The Fred Hutch DaSL is hosting a kick off meeting for people working with Single Cell genomics data to brainstorm what sort of user group structure might be ...

Effective Computing Drop In

Fred Hutch DaSL has started supporting a new drop in user group called Effective Computing. This user group will focus on learning about how to scale up your...

TDS IRC Annual Retreat Full Schedule

The TDS IRC will be holding our annual retreat at the Edgewater Hotel on Wednesday, October 19th and faculty, trainees and staff are all welcome! We are plan...

FH DaSL Data House Calls

Fred Hutch DaSL has started offering community oriented hybrid “Data House Calls” each week to talk to folks about data generally. Feel free to drop by in pe...

First Year of DaSL

Welcome to the Fred Hutch Data Science Lab! The mission of the FH DaSL (pronounced “FH Dazzle”) is:

The FH DaSL RoadShow

Welcome to the Fred Hutch Data Science Lab! The mission of the FH DaSL (pronounced “FH Dazzle”) is:

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