Training

  • Learn how to make the most of EMBL-EBI data resources and tools through our courses, workshops and conferences. 
  • Meet our staff and find out about EMBL-EBI services and career opportunities at conference exhibitions and open days
  • If you are looking for PhD, postdoctoral or employment opportunities at EMBL-EBI, please visit the jobs page
  • If you are a member of EMBL-EBI personnel looking for training courses, please go to the General Training and Development pages on the EMBL Intranet.

 

EMBL Quarterly Newsletter Signup Banner Image Follow us on facebook Follow us on Twitter

Sign up for the EMBL course and conference newsletter

Follow us on Facebook

Follow us on Twitter

Upcoming Training Courses

Datesort icon Title Participation Organisers
Apr 13 2015 - Apr 24 2015 Joint EMBL-EBI Wellcome Trust Advanced Course on Computational Molecular Evolution Open application with selection
Laura Emery
Nick Goldman
Ziheng Yang
Aidan Budd
Alexandros Stamatakis
Apr 13 2015 Ensembl Browser Workshop - Glasgow 13 April, 2015 Open application with selection
Giulietta Spudich
Amy Cattanach
Apr 13 2015 - Apr 16 2015 Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing Open application with selection
Tom Hancocks
Marc Rossello
Josh Randall
Apr 14 2015 - Apr 17 2015 Ensembl API Workshops - Glasgow 14-17 April 2015 Open application with selection
Giulietta Spudich
Tanita Casci
Apr 30 2015 Ensembl Browser Workshop - EBI April 2015 First come, first served Emily Perry
May 11 2015 - May 14 2015 Advanced RNA-Seq and ChiP-Seq Data Analysis Open application with selection Gabriella Rustici
May 20 2015 Bioinformatics: Introduction to Metabolomics First come, first served Dave Judge
Jun 7 2015 - Jun 12 2015 Joint EMBL-EBI-Wellcome Trust Course: In Silico Systems Biology Open application with selection
Laura Emery
Julio Saez-Rodriguez
Nicolas Le Novère
Jun 7 2015 Ensembl Highlights: What's New in Accessing our Genomes? - ESHG 2015 Drop in Denise Carvalho-Silva
Jun 9 2015 Metabolomics and Bioinformatics for nutritionists First come, first served
Gareth Owen
Dr Bernard Corfe
Hajnal Zdravics