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    Education: LBRN Summer Bioinformatics Training Program
    Submitted by Elia Brodsky; posted on Tuesday, June 05, 2018

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    June 6 through July-August, 2018
    LSU Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    edu.t-bio.info/summer-program/

    Pine Biotech and the Louisiana Biomedical Research Network (LBRN) are announcing registration for the upcoming Louisiana Biomedical Research Network Summer Bioinformatics Training Program. The program is starting June 6, 2018 and will last through August, providing students and faculty access to online resources and practical experiences analyzing large high-throughput biomedical datasets.

    For the duration of the Summer Bioinformatics Training Program, participants from all major Louisiana Universities will attend interactive sessions and on-site workshops, joining over 100 students online in a 3-month long learning program. This innovative program consists of several online courses and hands-on sessions and will cover major types of Next Generation Sequencing data types (i.e. genomics, transcriptomics and metagenomics), analysis methods (i.e. pre-processing, mapping of reads, quantification and annotation), machine learning concepts (dimension reduction, classification, feature selection, etc.) and applications to biomedical research.

    The registration is open for on-site and online participation and will last until June 20, when the first hands-on workshop will be conducted at the LSU Center for Computation and Technology in Baton Rouge. Online workshops are extended to USA and international students interested in bioinformatics, biomedicine and data science. While the program is supported by the Louisiana Biomedical Research Network, applications will be reviewed on a competitive basis and additional payment will be required to access all of the features of the program, especially for students outside of Louisiana.

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