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Education: Manchester Bioinformatics at ISMB
Submitted by Heather Vincent; posted on Saturday, June 14, 2008
Submitter Manchester Informatics (http://www.informatics.manchester.ac.uk/) seeks to exploit synergies between disciplines, including biology, business, computing and medicine. Staff engage in a range of interdisciplinary research and teaching. At ISMB 2008 ([link]) we will be showcasing a number of our projects in Bioinformatics and BioHealth Informatics.

For example, e-Science is used and implemented in cross-disciplinary collaborations, with computer science expertise applied to complex problems in the biosciences and in medical science. In the area of Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics we apply computational, mathematical and experimental approaches to the study of biological molecules and systems.

Our courses include intensive tutorials and a range of online modules. The online modules include:

- Introduction to Bioinformatics
- Bioinformatics for Systems Biology
- Introduction to Microarray Data Analysis
- Theory and Applications in Bioinformatics
- Introduction to software development using Java
- Intermediate software development using Java
- Biocomputing
- Object-oriented analysis and design with UML
- Introduction to Ontologies for the Biosciences

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
You will find further information on these modules here :
[link] If you have any questions, or need advice on the module options, please contact Heather.Vincent[at]manchester.ac.uk or visit Manchester Bioinformatics at ISMB.

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