This introductory-level training course on basics of Bioinformatics will introduce participants to a comprehensive set of bioinformatics concepts, tools and techniques, ultimately facilitating the solution to biological problems. It will provide an overview of several important aspects of bioinformatics such as biological database searching, sequence analysis, protein structure analysis, genome assembly and annotation, building phylogenetic trees, etc. It combines theoretical sections and practical examples allowing participants to gain experience in using various bioinformatics resources including software packages, tools, and algorithms. An important part of this course is an introduction to relevant open access computational resources and databases.
A basic background/knowledge in biology is required to benefit most from the learning.
Participants should be comfortable with basic computer skills.
At the end of the course a trainee should have an idea of the underlying algorithms, know the main steps and elements of several computational (bioinformatics) methods of sequence analysis, and feel comfortable in using online resources.
Who Should Attend
This basic course is designed for trainees and interested individuals in the fields of medicine, biology and related fields with little or no experience in bioinformatics.
Although no grades are given for courses, each participant will receive Continuing Education Units (CEUs) based on the number of contact hours. One CEU is equal to ten contact hours. Upon completion of the course each participant will receive a certificate, showing completion of the workshop and 2.1 CEUs.
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