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    Education: Bioinformatics education online @ University of Manchester
    Submitted by Heather Vincent; posted on Monday, December 29, 2008


    Evidence of continuing professional development is increasingly important to scientists planning a career move, whether this is to be a promotion or simply a change in direction. Our online courses in computational biology are designed to enable biologists and computer scientists to update their skills while remaining in the workplace. These masters level courses follow two themes, Bioinformatics and Computer Science. The bioinformatics courses are:
    • Introduction to Molecular Biology for Computer Scientists
    • Introduction to Bioinformatics
    • Bioinformatics for Systems Biology
    • Introduction to Microarray Data Analysis
    • Theory and Applications in Bioinformatics
    • The Bioinformatics of Protein Structure
    • The Science of Proteomics
    • Molecular Modelling and Structure-based Drug Design
    The computing courses are:
    • Introduction to Software Development in Java
    • Intermediate Java
    • Biocomputing
    • Object-oriented Analysis and Design with UML
    • Introduction to Ontologies for the Biosciences


    You will find further information, including fees and a link to the online application form, here:[...].html

    If you have any questions, or need advice on the module options, please contact Heather.Vincent[at]

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