Bioinformatics and Comparative Genomics

jblancha at promega.com jblancha at promega.com
Thu Mar 18 13:15:59 EST 1999


The following course will be offered immediately after the Evolution
meetings this summer in Madison.  For more information see
http://www.btci.org/courses/TBCG99.HTM
<http://www.btci.org/courses/TBCG99.HTM>  or contact Jeff Blanchard at
jblancha at promega.com <mailto:jblancha at promega.com> .


Techniques in Bioinformatics and Comparative Genomics
June 27 - July 2, 1999
Madison, Wisconsin
Offered by the BioPharmaceutical Technology Center Institute (BTCI)


Objectives and Goals: This five-day intensive computer laboratory course is
designed to help participants construct a working library of bioinformatic
tools and resources. The format will combine lectures and interactive
problem-solving sessions with each participant working individually at a
computer. An emphasis will be placed on analysis of practical problems posed
by the participants. The flow of the course will move from traditional
sequence analysis techniques to the opportunities afforded by the imminent
flood of genomic information. Afternoon research seminars by the instructors
will sample academic and private sector visions of bioinformatics and
highlight creative approaches to utilizing genomic data.

Instructors: 
*	Jeff Blanchard, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Associate, Research and
Development, Promega Corporation 
*	Fred Blattner, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Genetics, University
of Wisconsin 
*	James Brown, Ph.D., Senior Investigator, Bioinformatics, SmithKline
Beecham Pharmaceuticals 
*	Ann Palmenberg, Ph.D., Professor, Institute for Molecular Virology,
Department of Biochemistry, University of Wisconsin 
*	Mike Slater, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, Research and Development,
Promega Corporation 
*	Jeff Thorne, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics,
North Carolina State University 
*	Barbara Butler, Ph.D. or Michael Perry, Ph.D., Genetics Computer
Group 
*	Tim Burland, Ph.D., DNASTAR 





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