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[Molecular-evolution] Course: St Andrews, Scotland, Bioinformatics and Comparative Genomics, 15-18 August 2009

Daniel Barker via mol-evol%40net.bio.net (by db60 from st-andrews.ac.uk)
Fri Apr 10 08:13:20 EST 2009

The University of St Andrews and the Scottish Bioinformatics
Forum will be hosting:

Summer School - Bioinformatics and Comparative Genomics
Start Date: 15th August 2009, 09:00 am
End Date: 18th August 2009
Location: The University of St Andrews, Scotland


Confirmed Speakers:
Prof Ziheng Yang FRS, University College London, UK
Prof Neil Hall, University of Liverpool, UK
Dr Zemin Ning, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, UK
Dr David Martin, University of Dundee, UK
Prof Geoff Barton, University of Dundee, UK
Dr Daniel Barker, University of St Andrews, UK
Prof Ian Korf, UC Davis Genome Center, USA
Prof Dannie Durand, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Dr Chris Janssen, SBF and University of Glasgow, UK
Dr David Ferrier, University of St Andrews, UK

The summer school on bioinformatics and comparative genomics
will address practical bioinformatics for sequence analysis
and comparative genomics for use in biological and
biomedical research. Internationally renowned invited
speakers will discuss current challenges, applications, and
future outlook in the field. The school will consist of a
series of lectures, seminars and practical classes, allowing
participants both insight into theory and the opportunity to
learn practical skills in data analysis and interpretation.

Registration for the summer school includes attendance at a
one-day international conference on 18th August,
"Comparative Genomics". Four nights of accommodation
(14th-17th August) are optionally available on registration.

Full details and registration please see:


We look forward to seeing you in August.

Best regards,


Daniel Barker
The University of St Andrews is a charity registered in Scotland :
No SC013532

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