[BioinfoKenya] Fwd: [ASBCB] New Section on ASBCB website: Courses

George Githinji georgkam at gmail.com
Mon Jul 31 08:01:22 EDT 2006

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From: jaco.de.ridder at bioagric.up.ac.za <jaco.de.ridder at bioagric.up.ac.za>
Date: Jul 28, 2006 9:30 AM
Subject: [ASBCB] New Section on ASBCB website: Courses
To: asbcb at kendy.up.ac.za

New Section on ASBCB website: Courses

Postgraduate Bioinformatics Programmes

MSc and PhD programmes at the South African National Bioinformatics
Institute (SANBI)
SANBI offers competitive internationally recognised postgraduate programmes
in Bioinformatics. A wide range of research projects are available.

Short Courses in Bioinformatics

Stanford-South Africa Biomedical Informatics Programme (SSABMI)
The Stanford-South Africa Biomedical Informatics (SSABMI) Training Program
expands teaching, training, and research opportunities for individuals
interested in the application of informatics technologies to problems in
biomedical research.
The program is a partnership between the University of the Western Cape, the
University of Cape Town, the National Institute of Communicable Diseases,
and Stanford University.

Introductory Course in bioinformatics
Dates:  14 - 16 August 2006
Venue:  ILRI, Nairobi, Kenya
Funders:        International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI),
Biosciences East and Central Africa (BECA) and the Swedish University of
Agricultural Sciences (SLU)

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