[Arabidopsis] Bioinormatics courses - Montreal, Edmonton

Brian Fristensky via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by frist At cc.umanitoba.ca)
Tue Feb 6 18:24:13 EST 2007

AUDIENCE: Bioinformatics Researchers and Students
The Genome Canada Bioinformatics Platform
The Applied Computational Genomics Course (ACGC)

Join the ACGC for one of two weeks -- April 13-19, 2007 at McGill University
in Montreal, Quebec OR July 25-31, 2007 at University of Alberta in
Edmonton Alberta.

The Bioinformatics Platform designed the ACGC to empower bioinformatics
researchers and students by teaching a hands-on course, that outlines
tried-and-proven approaches as well as new developments.

For more information visit the website:

or email training At gcbioinformatics.ca (Subject: ACGC Inquiry)

The project is supported by Genome Alberta and Genome Canada, a not-for-profit
organization which is leading Canada's national strategy on genomics with
$ 600 million in funding from the federal government.

Brian Fristensky               
Department of Plant Science      
University of Manitoba         
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2  CANADA   
frist At cc.umanitoba.ca 
Phone:            204-474-6085
FAX:              204-474-7528             

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