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This site serves as repository for information on educational aspects and possibilities in Systems Biology. If you are interested in contributing by adding educational material or offering courses, etc. please contact the site administrator.
Molecular Evolution and Comparative Genetics : 3-7 December 2007
Molecular Evolution and Comparative Genetics
3-7 December 2007

1 Week Course at the University of Oxford
Lead tutor: Professor Jotun Hein

Molecular Evolution has become an essential tool in molecular biology, where comparison of sequences and structures from different model organisms and species has often given crucial insights. This module will discuss both methods of molecular evolution and biological results of these methods.

The cost of this course is £1350 or £945 to members of academic institutions and the NHS. The price includes lunch and refreshments and full course notes.

Further information and last year's timetable can be found at the Oxford Bioinformatics Programme website: http://bioinfomsc.stats.ox.ac.uk/subjects/MECG.html
  
Alternatively, contact bligh @ stats.ox.ac.uk.

(posted 2007.11.13)
Computational and Systems Biology Course at CoSBi: March 10-14, 2008
Computational and Systems Biology Course at CoSBi
March 10-14, 2008, The Microsoft Research - University of Trento Centre for Computational and Systems Biology, Trento, Italy
http://www.cosbi.eu/events/course08.php

(posted 2007.10.31)
Systems Biology 1 week course, 5-9 November 2007
Systems Biology
1 Week Course, 5-9 November 2007

The Oxford Bioinformatics Programme which offers flexible opportunities for part-time study in all areas of bioinformatics, has developed a week-long course covering the rapidly developing field of systems biology.

Systems biology aims to build a multi-disciplinary framework for understanding biological problems. Systems biology brings together mathematicians, statisticians, physicists, engineers, computer scientists and biologists to try and achieve a more fundamental understanding of biology. The course looks at the fundamentals of systems biology, encouraging delegates to think in new way, to see that biological phenomena often span many orders of magnitude in both space and time and occur over many levels of regulation. Consequently, the course takes a multi-theoretic approach as no theoretical technique is suitable for all scales.

The standard rate for the course is £1350; a discount rate of £945 is available to members of academic institutions and the NHS.

Further information and last year's timetable can be found at the Oxford Bioinformatics Programme website http://bioinfomsc.stats.ox.ac.uk/subjects/SysBio.html
  
Alternatively, contact bioinfo @ stats.ox.ac.uk.
(posted 2007.10.17)
2nd International Course in Yeast Systems Biology
2nd International Course in Yeast Systems Biology
June 4-21, 2007 Gothenburg, Sweden
http://www.icysb.org
(posted 2006.11.8)
Winter School on Systems Biology for Medical Applications
Winter School on Systems Biology for Medical Applications
27th February-2nd March 2007. Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife (Spain)
Organisers: Prof. Dr. Olaf Wolkenhauer (University of Rostock, Germany), Prof. Dr. Nestor Torres (University of La Laguna, Spain), Prof. Dr. Nicolas Diaz Chico (The Canary Islands Instute for Cancer Research, Spain)
Funded by the European Comision through EU FP6 projects COSBICS and SysBioMed.
For details check the PDF.
(posted 2006.11.8)
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