MCB Course: Integrative Bioinformatics
|Where||FAKLAB1, Høyteknologisenteret, Bergen|
|Contact Name||Knut Olav Daasvatn|
|Attendees||Lars Aarø, Universitetet for miljø og biovitenskap, Anne-Christine Knag, Department of Biology (Bio), Sofia Fortunato, Sars, Ruth Stavrum, Gades institute, Pawel Sztromwasser, Computational Biology Unit (CBU), Wei Deng, Sars, Yogita Sharma, Department of Biomedicine (Biomed), Chiara Sinigaglia, Sars, Shailesh Narawane, Department of Molecular Biology (MBI), Julia Schoelermann, Biomed, Matus Kalas, CBU, Moksuder Patowary, Department of Informatics, Tomasz Furmanek, Biomed, Kai Ove Skaftnesmo, Biomed, Delaleu Nicolas, Gades institute, Chirag Nepal, CBU, Anne-Kristin Stavrum, Department of informatics, Sveinung Gundersen, Radiumhospitalet, Andrea Christoforou, Department of clinical medicine, Carla Patricia Duarte Fernandes, Department of clinical medicine|
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This one-week course on integrative bioinformatics is organized by Inge Jonassen (Computational Biology Unit (CBU), BCCS, UiB, FUGE bioinformatics platform and Department of Informatics, UiB), Pål Puntervoll (CBU/Department of Molecular Biology), Kjell Petersen (CBU).
Please prepare a 5-minute presentation of yourself and your research, and how you plan to make use of integrative bioinformatics in your research.
The objective is to organize a one-week course to organize a research training course in Bergen in the area of integrative bioinformatics directed towards MCB students potentially from all MCB partner units. The course will be organized as a combination of lectures and practicals. The aim is to leverage the students´ knowledge about how to integrate diverse types of bioinformatics data and how analyses can be performed across these and will include as topics both the conceptual and practical issues in performing such analyses. Examples of integrated analyses will be presented.
Deadline: 6. November
Who can participate?
Anyone can participate whether or not affiliated with MCB, and external participants (not affiliated with Universitetet i Bergen, UiB) are most welcome! However, the number of participants is limited to 20. If we get more than 20 registrations, members of MCB will have first priority, other PhD-students at UiB second priority and all other applicants third priority.