HGMP Computing Courses

Steve Gamble x3293 sgamble at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Sat Oct 1 15:42:57 EST 1994


	HUMAN GENOME MAPPING PROJECT COMPUTING COURSES

The Human Genome Mapping Project Resource Centre, based at Hinxton Hall,
Cambridge, provides training courses for molecular biologists in the use 
of computers.  These courses are provided free of charge to registered
users of the Resource Centre, and for a charge of 200 pounds to others.

An extensive program of courses is offered including a five day introductory
course and more specialised courses on a wide range of topics including
Linkage analysis, Accessing resources using computer networks, GCG package
and protein modelling.  Please contact the Course Administrator for further 
details of availible courses or to book a place on the courses described below
where a few places remain.  If there is sufficient demand additional sessions 
may be run.

For details contact:
                        The Course Administrator
			MRC Human Genome Mapping Project Resource Centre
			Hinxton Hall
			Hinxton
			Cambridge
			CB10 1RQ
			Tel: 01223 494500
			Fax: 01223 494512
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GCG Software
(2 day course)

Course Outline:

The main objective is to introduce and familiarise users with the GCG
sequence analysis package.  This is one of the most frequently used and
useful packages.  It consists of a large number of programs covering
most areas of sequence analysis. 
 
Organiser Gary Williams.

	Nov 7-8		(Cambridge University, Genetics Dept.)

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Navigating World Wide Networks and Finding Databases of Reagents
(2 day course)

Topics to be covered include X interfaces to mail, network news, gopher, FTP 
and archie, plus accessing materials databases at HGMP-RC and elsewhere.
 
	9-10 Nov 1994		(Cambridge Univ)

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Protein structure prediction
(2 day course)

Organisers Willie Taylor and Tom Flores

	1-2 Dec 1994		(Cambridge Univ)

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