Bioinformatics for Proteomics training course

Dr Rachel Cox cpdbio at
Fri Sep 20 20:12:20 EST 2002

University of Oxford, Bioscience Programme
Professional Development Courses

Bioinformatics for Proteomics
8-10 October 2002

Proteomics - the study of protein structure and function - is becoming
increasingly important with the huge expansion in data from genome
projects. It is now essential to have a clear understanding of
proteomics and the analysis of protein data in many areas of
pharmaceutical and biotechnological research. Find out more at this
NEW Oxford University course. This course aims to give an introduction
to the techniques used in proteomics and to the analysis methods
necessary for understanding the role proteins play in biological
systems.  The course is aimed at researchers with a background in
biology and/or statistics who wish to gain an insight into the most
up-to-date methodologies used in proteomics.

Dr Rachel Cox
Continuing Professional Development Centre
Oxford University
Suite 1, Littlegate House
16-17 St Ebbes Street
Oxford OX1 1PT
Tel: +44 (0) 1865 286939
Fax: +44 (0) 1865 286934
cpdbio at

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