Courses held at EMBL-EBI

Welcome to on-site courses at EMBL-EBI. We hold courses and workshops in our purpose-built training suite in the EMBL-EBI South Building. These range from hands-on courses aimed at experimental biologists, to more specialised workshops for industrial and academic bioinformaticians. 

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If you need training in an area of bioinformatics that we’re not covering currently, please get in touch and tell us what you need; we may be able to devise a new course to suit your needs. Please e-mail us explaining your training needs.

EMBL staff

If you are a member of EMBL staff who would like to participate in one of the courses that requires a registration fee, please arrange a budget transfer for the cost rather than paying online.

Industry Programme discounted registration fee

If your company is a member of the EMBL-EBI Industry Programme, you may be entitled to a discounted registration fee on some of our courses. Find out more.

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Upcoming courses

Upcoming EBI courses and workshops

Datesort icon Title Organisers
Jul 4 2016 - Jul 8 2016 In Silico Systems Biology
Laura Emery
Juan A Vizcaino
Lennart Martens
Sep 12 2016 - Sep 16 2016 Metagenomics Bioinformatics Laura Emery
Sep 19 2016 - Sep 23 2016 Structural Bioinformatics Tom Hancocks
Oct 3 2016 - Oct 7 2016 Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing Tom Hancocks
Oct 17 2016 - Oct 22 2016 Analysis of High-Throughput Sequencing Data
Nov 7 2016 - Nov 11 2016 Resources for Computational Drug Discovery
Tom Hancocks
Anne Hersey
Anna Gaulton
Georgios Papadatos
Nov 28 2016 - Dec 2 2016 Biological Interpretation of Next Generation Sequencing
Laura Emery
Gabriella Rustici
Dec 4 2016 - Dec 9 2016 Proteomics Bioinformatics Laura Emery