WIAS course High Impact Writing in Science

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Monday 17 June, 2019 - Thursday 20 June, 2019 Wageningen, Netherlands

This WIAS course will be given in Wageningen by prof. dr. Ulrike Müller from California State University Fresno. She is an active scientist who has published in and reviewed for high-impact journals (Nature, Science). The High-Impact writing course is not just another writing course; the focus is on high-impact writing rather than more general science communication.

WIAS course: Survival guide to Peer Review

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Friday 21 June, 2019 Wageningen, Netherlands

This WIAS course will be given in Wageningen by prof. dr. Ulrike Müller from California State University Fresno. She is an active scientist who has published in and reviewed for high-impact journals (Nature, Science). The course ‘Survival guide to peer review’ provides the tools to address the comments of reviewers and editors in a professional way. The quality of a rebuttal can make the difference between a rejection and an acceptance.

BioSB/VUmc course: Statistics for Omics

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Monday 24 June, 2019 - Friday 28 June, 2019 VUmc, Amsterdam

This introductory course gives an overview of many statistical tools to analyse omics data. The course can be followed by researchers with a minimum or elementary background in quantitative data analysis.

Summer school: Integrative X-omics analyses enpowering personalized healthcare

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Monday 01 July, 2019 - Friday 05 July, 2019 Nijmegen, Netherlands

In this course you will receive high profile lectures and practical training on the integrated use of molecular-omics technologies in personalized prevention, diagnoostics and treatment, to optimize your experimental and analysis strategies.

MGC course ‘ Next Generation Sequencing data analysis ‘

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Monday 26 August, 2019 - Wednesday 28 August, 2019 LUMC, Leiden

The aim of the course is to give a broad overview of the different applications of NGS with a focus on different ways to analyse the data. Presentations will discuss specifically the different choices available for data analysis, why a specific approach was selected and which alternatives are available. The course will, besides discussing and demonstrating some generally applicable tools, not include practical data analysis nor discuss in detail specific algorithms used.

BioSB course: Machine Learning for Bioinformatics & Systems Biology

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Monday 07 October, 2019 - Friday 11 October, 2019 tba

In this one-week course, the foundations of machine learning will be laid out and commonly used methods for unsupervised (clustering, dimensionality reduction, visualization) and supervised (mainly classification) learning will be explained in detail. Methods will be illustrated using recent examples from the fields of systems biology and bioinformatics. Methods discussed in the morning lectures will be put into practice during the afternoon computer lab sessions.

BioSB course: Algorithms for Genomics

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Monday 14 October, 2019 - Friday 18 October, 2019 Delft

In this course, we will cover genome analysis, variant analysis, and pangenomics. Core concepts, applications, and future trends will be discussed, with a focus on the algorithms and data structures underlying state-of-the-art methods. The course offers an engaging mix of lectures, paper discussions, hands-on tutorials, and a do-it-yourself project.

Dutch Chemometrics Society Masterclass on Data Visualization

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Tuesday 12 November, 2019 Bar Beton, Utrecht, Netherlands

The Masterclass will feature two renown plenary speakers from the data visualization field: Casper Albers (Professor at Rijksuniversiteit Groningen in applied statistics and data visualization) and Sara Sprinkhuizen (Data analyst and data visualization expert). Two experts in data science and chemometrics will challenge the talks to trigger discussion. Renger Jellema (Senior scientist at DSM Biotechnology…

BioSB course: Constraint Based Modelling: introduction and advanced topics

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Monday 25 November, 2019 - Friday 29 November, 2019 Leiden University

Constraint-based modeling is a powerful modeling methodology that is being used to model a diverse range of biological phenomena. These include both fundamental and applied questions relevant to biotechnology, microbiology and medicine. Central to constraint-based modeling is the use of genome-scale reconstructions that represent particular cellular functions as a biochemical reaction network. In this course, you will be introduced to …..

BioSB 2020 conference

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Tuesday 21 April, 2020 - Wednesday 22 April, 2020 Congrescentrum De Werelt, Lunteren

The conference addressed the latest developments in bioinformatics, systems and computational biology, and their wide-ranging applications in life sciences & health, agriculture, food & nutrition.