[Bioforum] Distance course in network biology

Heather Vincent via bioforum%40net.bio.net (by Heather.Vincent from manchester.ac.uk)
Fri Jun 29 01:29:32 EST 2012

The University of Manchester's distance learning course, 'Bioinformatics 
for Systems Biology' will begin again in October 2012.


The course can be taken as a single unit, or the credits earned could 
count towards the distance Masters in Digital Biology.


Bioinformatics for Systems Biology covers:

* the use of models in biology;
* structure and use of public pathway and interaction databases;
* reconstruction of biological networks from experimental data;
* network statistics;
* interpretation of experimental data in the network context;
* advanced topics.

The final section will prepare participants for our advanced course in
'Computational Systems Biology'

You will find links to details of all our online courses here : 

If you have any questions about the distance programme in Digital 
Biology, please contact heather.vincent from manchester.ac.uk. To apply to 
take a course, please mail our office for Advanced Professional 
Education (ape from cs.man.ac.uk).

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