Bioinformatics Summer School 2002
james.o.mcinerney at may.ie
Wed Jan 16 11:28:57 EST 2002
Bioinformatics Summer School 2002.
June 24th - 28th, 2002.
The Bioinformatics Laboratory at the National
University of Ireland,
Maynooth will hold their 4th International
Bioinformatics Summer School from
Monday June 24th until Friday June 28th, 2002.
Topics: Databases, Database Searching, Pairwise
Alignment, Phylogeny Reconstruction, Protein
Microarray Analysis, Open Reading Frame Prediction
and Genome Assembly.
Location: NUI Maynooth is located 25 minutes drive
from Dublin Airport in
the village of Maynooth, 20 kilometres west of
Dublin City Centre. The
University is the second oldest in Ireland and is
located in County Kildare,
home of many of Europe's finest racecourses and
championship golf courses.
The course will be held in the Callan building,
which holds the departments
of Computer Science and Biology and will be
delivered using state-of-the art
computer hardware and software.
In the year 2001, the course was sponsored by The
European Molecular Biology
Organisation (see http://bioinf.may.ie/EMBO). This
year the Summer School
did not seek funding from EMBO, however the course
content will be very
Cost: The cost of participation is Euro750
(approximately STG 470.00, US$
680). Accommodation can be booked through the
University Conference and
Accommodation Centre, with costs ranging from
approximately Euro18 per night
to approximately Euro 70 per night
To Apply: Last year, there were 400 applicants, so
please apply for a
position on this course as early as possible. You
may apply by sending an
school at bioinf.may.ie
This website will eventually contain all the
information relevant to this
course, so please check back regularly
Dr. James O. McInerney,
Bioinformatics and Pharmacogenomics Laboratory,
Department of Biology, National University of
Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland.
P: +353 1 708 3860
F: +353 1 708 3845
M: +353 87 6480102
E:james.o.mcinerney at may.ie
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