[Bioforum] ADVANCED BIOINFORMATCS COURSE, Florianópolis, Brazil

Edmundo C. Grisard via bioforum%40net.bio.net (by grisard from ccb.ufsc.br)
Sun Mar 16 04:45:58 EST 2008


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Institut Pasteur / UFSC / Fiocruz / EMBO

ADVANCED COURSE ON BIOINFORMATICS AND COMPARATIVE GENOME ANALYSIS

June 30 - July 12, 2008, UFSC, Florianópolis, SC, Brazil
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The principle objectives of the course are to familiarize young
scientists(Biologists/Computer Scientists/Mathematicians) with bioinformatics
and genome data analysis skills and to encourage multi-disciplinarity by
introducing:
1- advanced fundamental algorithms in bioinformatics,
2- their application in genome analyses,
3- and recent knowledge acquired from genomes studies.

The course is aimed for motivated Ph.D. and Post-doctoral students, as well as
young assistant professors and junior scientists in Public Institutions from
developing countries, who are interested in Bioinformatics and Genome Analysis.
Twenty (20) full time places are available for the course. Acceptance will be
subject to an evaluation process and preference will be given to research
scientists from the International Network of Institute Pasteur Institutions.

For more information visit the website:
http://www.pasteur.fr/%7Etekaia/ACBCGA.html


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Prof. Dr. Edmundo C. Grisard
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Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC)
Centro de Ciências Biológicas (CCB)
Departamento de Microbiologia e Parasitologia (MIP), Setor F, Bloco A
Cx. postal 476, Florianópolis, SC, 88.040900 – Brasil
Fone/Phone: +(48)3721-5164 (Sala/Office)/3721-5517 (Lab.) Fax:+(48)3721-9258
E-mail: grisard from ccb.ufsc.br
Website: http://www.proto.ufsc.br
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