Bioinformatics.org
[Regeneron]
[Repositive.io]
[OMICtools]
Not logged in
  • Log in
  • Bioinformatics.org
    Membership (39402+) Group hosting [?] Wiki
    Franklin Award
    Sponsorships

    Careers
    About bioinformatics
    Bioinformatics training
    Bioinformatics jobs

    Research
    All information groups
    Online databases Online analysis tools Online education tools More tools

    Development
    All software groups
    FTP repository
    SVN & CVS repositories [?]
    Mailing lists

    Forums
    News & Commentary
  • Submit
  • Archives
  • Subscribe

  • Jobs Forum
    (Career Center)
  • Submit
  • Archives
  • Subscribe
  • Ghemical: Molecular modelling - Message forums

    Education
    Submitted by Nobody; posted on Monday, November 04, 2002
    I was wondering if someone could help me with deciding on the best way to break into a bioinformatics career. I have a BS in microbiology right now but intend on going back to school. I have heard of a program called a certified bioinformatics specialist but I am not sure if that is the best way to go. Would it be better to get a MS in bioinformatics and then get certified in programing languages like PERL and SQL?
    Education
    Submitted by Nobody; posted on Monday, December 09, 2002
    Someone please provide some suggestions on this. I've got a BS in Molecular and Cell Biology and am currently the Team Lead of 46 Level 2 Unix and AIX Operators. A local university offers both MS in Bioinformatics and the National Bioinformatics Institute's Certified Bioinformatics Specialist certification (for US$6k). I'm a bit concerned that the bioinformatics certification isn't worth the $6000, but it's faster than the grad degree. What's really important to employers?
    Education
    Submitted by Nobody; posted on Monday, December 09, 2002
    I foud this, it doesn't look good for the NBI CBS course: http://bioinformatics.org/pipermail/bio_bulletin_board/2002-October/000895.html
    Add a message to this thread:
    You have to be logged in to post a reply.

     

    [G6GFindr]
    Copyright © 2017 · Scilico, LLC