Course on Transcriptomic Data Analysis. Cambridge, UK

Course on Transcriptomic Data Analysis

David Montaner, Ignacio Medina and Joaquin Dopazo

A 3 day theoretical and practical course on massive gene expression (transcriptomics) data analysis. Organized by the Bioinformatics and Genomics Department of the Centro de Investigación Príncipe Felipe (CIPF) in Valencia.

The course is oriented to experimentalists, end-users and PhD students who want to learn about the state-of-the-art of data analysis methodologies for the analysis of transcriptomics data coming from hugh-throughput platforms (microarrays or Next generation sequencers). Students will acquire the necessary skills for analyzing their own data using one one of the most advanced and popular software packages, the Babelomics. Lectures and hands-on sessions are taught in the facilities of the School of the Biological Sciences, which provide the ideal environment for the organization of bioinformatic courses.


The progam and the presentations will be available in this page, in the attachments section.

Date: 7th to 9th February 2011

Time: 9.30am-5.00pm

Venue: University of Cambridge. School of the Biological Sciences. Graduate School of Life Sciences

Genetics Room G12 map

Maximum number: 20

Bookings are made via the online booking form.

More information in: Transcriptomic Data Analysis


Mon, 07/02/2011 (All day) - Wed, 09/02/2011 (All day)
University of Cambridge. School of the Biological Sciences, Cambridge, UK