bioinformatics

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Feedback from previous courses

“I am very grateful for this opportunity and this certainly opens up a new avenue for my research and career. I am very happy and satisfied with this course.”

“Thank you for the opportunity. I had a great time there, and obtained a lot of new information that were applicable for my future research interest.”

“I recommend every PhD student especially international to attend these courses at least once during the period of the study.”

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AllBiosponsored travel bursaries are available for applicants currently working in EU based institutions on research that is non-human / non-medical in nature. Please fill the relevant boxes within the application if you wish to be considered for a travel bursary.

For scientists based in Singapore additional travel grants are available. Please see the website for more information: http://www.a-star.edu.sg/Research/Funding-Opportunities/Grants-Sponsorship/EMBO-Singapore-Cooperation-Agreement.aspx

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Instructors:

Kristina Kermanshahche (Intel)
Clay Beshears (Intel)
Ketan Paranjape (Intel)
Vincent Plagnol (UCL)

Robert Sugar (Cancer Research UK London Research Institute)
Ernest Turro (Department of Haematology, University of Cambridge (tbc))
Kathi Zarnack (Cancer Research UK London Research Institute)
     

Full details regarding this event can be found here : http://crick.ac.uk/news/events/2013/09/03/intel-crick-ngs-workshop/

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