There will be a maintenance on OICR IT systems starting Friday Dec 15 at 6PM EST until midnight Sunday Dec 17; Reactome will be affected by this downtime

Service under maintenance from Friday Dec 15 at 6PM EST until midnight Sunday Dec 17

Reactome’s continued success will be determined by the extent to which we reach out to current and new potential users. We will reach out to bioinformaticians, traditional molecular and cellular biologists, computational biologists, software developers, geneticists, clinicians, educators and students to ensure that all potential uses are aware of the resource and take full advantage of the services we offer. Therefore, we offer a series of outreach and training programs which will:

  1. foster the training of the next generation of scientists
  2. collaborate with data providers
  3. actively reach out to present and new users and collaborators.

Simultaneously, we encourage the reuse of the Reactome data model and software by supporting its adoption by outside groups, in particular by the cancer, clinical and disease research communities.

Outreach takes on a variety of forms, such as public talks, lectures, visiting universities and colleges and supporting traditional science events (meetings, conferences, and workshops). Education is a major focus of Reactome community outreach and aims to inform biologists, clinicians, and bioinformaticians about what Reactome can do.

Reactome training teaches new and current users how to use Reactome resources to help meet the efforts of their organizations, groups, or specific audience.

Training and Community Outreach. If you have a particular outreach question or request, you can contact our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or post your question to other research colleagues on our Reactome Forum. All our training and outreach materials are available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Unported License. We have just two simple requests, please attribute Reactome, and let us know if you use our presentations, posters or training resources.

Following Reactome. In addition to our established Mailing List and News feature, Reactome has embraced the social networking scene. You can follow Reactome on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

Getting Involved. Reactome is an open-source project that promotes community participation. We are eager for contributions from the community and would welcome inquiries from researchers interested in contributing information on pathways in their area of expertise.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your ideas.