| THIS COURSE HAS NOW BEEN CANCELLED IN LIEU OF OUR ADVANCED SUMMER SCHOOL IN BIOSTATISTICS WHERE THE SAME SUBJECT MATTER WILL BE COVERED.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED PLEASE REGISTER VIA THE SUMMER SCHOOL WEBPAGE.
Tue 24th – Wed 25th February 2015
Two day course by John Reid, Richard Newton and Lorenz Wernisch
Course Aim:- To familiarise participants with common approaches to downstream statistical and bioinformatics analysis of high throughput genomic data, from exploratory analysis towards a functional interpretation in terms of biological pathways, gene regulation and networks.
For further course details or information on how to register see the Making Sense of Genomic Data: Theory and Practice course webpage
Limited spaces are available. The participants will be asked to bring their own laptops to the practicals.
About the Short Courses at the MRC Biostatistics Unit
The MRC Biostatistics Unit runs a number of successful short courses each year on a range of topics for statistical, clinical and other audiences. These courses take place in Cambridge at the Institute of Public Health, and are mostly spread over 2 days.
For further information about the BSU Short Courses please contact the BSU Course Administrator
|Email:||BSU Course Administrator|
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