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    Education: Professional development through distance learning
    Submitted by Heather Vincent; posted on Saturday, September 11, 2010

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    DATES: The next courses begin on 4 October 2010 and you can also book early for the courses running in March 2011. Early booking is advisable, as some courses do fill up quickly.

    URL: For further information, please visit: octette.cs.man.ac.uk/bioi[...].html

    At the University of Manchester, UK, we have over 10 years experience in teaching a range of online courses in computational biology. Programme participants can take one or two courses for professional development, or can apply to complete a formal qualification. For example, the following courses will provide many of the key skills required for biological data analysis:
    • Biocomputing (Perl and database design)
    • Mathematics for Metabolic Modelling (an introduction to modelling approaches, using R)
    • Bioinformatics for Systems Biology (an introduction to biological networks)
    • Introduction to Microarray Data Analysis, using Bioconductor
    Each course, which is paced to suit those in full-time employment, runs over 16 teaching weeks.

    If you have any questions, or would like advice on the options, please contact Heather.Vincent[at]manchester.ac.uk or the office for Advanced Professional Education (ape[at]cs.man.ac.uk).

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