Title: Network and Pathways Bioinformatics for Biologists
Date: 16 – 18 May 2012
Venue: EBI, Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Hinxton
Is it right for me?
This practical course is specifically intended to give life scientists training on how to optimally explore and use protein-protein interaction bioinformatics resources. This course spans from the actual data repositories to resources and tools to explore and analysis the vast amounts of data available. We will also cover data resources related to pathways. Principles of biological network analysis will be introduced and case studies presented. Preference will be given to those actively involved in or commencing protein interaction and/or pathway-related projects.
What will I learn?
· Molecular interactions state of the art
· Making sense of interactions
· Interactions: regulation at the molecular, systems and genome level
· Network based tools for novelty finding
· Pathways informatics: databases and tools
· Ontologies and Standards in Interactions and Pathways
For further information or to register for this course please follow this link: http://www.ebi.ac.uk/training/onsite/120516_intpathpsimex.html