BioinfoSummer 2017: A symposium in Bioinformatics
- 4 December 2017 at 12:00 am – 8 December 2017 at 12:00 am
- Monash University
- Caulfield Campus
- Open to:
- Students and researchers with interest in Bioinformatics
- Register here:
- Caulfield campus; Education; Information Technology; Medicine, Nursing, Health Science; Public lectures; Science; Seminars & Workshops; Student matters
AMSI BioInfoSummer 2017, hosted by Monash University, is a key training event in Australia, bringing together people from all disciplines to share current research and developments in BioInformatics.
Bioinformatics is an exciting discipline analysing and simulating both the structures and processes of biological systems. Biological experiments can generate large amounts of data. Bioinformatics is about acquiring, managing, analysing and understanding that data. It is a truly interdisciplinary field that uses mathematics, statistics, and information technology to analyse large and complex biological datasets.
Students, researchers, and professionals are invited to register their interest for this event—to experience the exploration of research and information in the below areas:
- Data Visualisation
- RNA-seq theory and practice
- Proteomics & metabolomics data
- Clinical bioinformatics & variant calling for disease
- Single-cell genomics
Attendees will also have the chance to network and engage with a panel of academics and professionals on bioinformatics careers.
- David Powell, Sonika Tyagi
- Monash Bioinformatics Platform