Courses in 2017

From / To
(dates)
Title
Instructors
Description
Mar 6 - Mar 10 PDA17
Proteomics Data Analysis

with Lennart Martens, Harald Barsnes and Astrid Guldbrandsen
Link
Mar 13 - Mar 17 PGDH17
Population Genetics and Demographic
History: model-based approaches

with Mark Beaumont, Lounes Chikhi, Willy Rodriguez, Bárbara Parreira and Vitor Sousa
Link
Apr 10 - Apr 13 ABSTAT17
Advanced Biostatistics

with Lisete Sousa and Carina Silva
Link
Apr 17 - Apr 20 ADER17
Analysis of Differential Expression with RNAseq

with Daniel Sobral, Daniel Faria and Mauro Truglio
Link
May 8 - May 12 ELB17F
Entry Level Bioinformatics

our entry level course with a soft introduction to NGS data analysis
with David P. Judge, Pedro Fernandes and Daniel Sobral
Link
Jun 21 - Jun 23 RODS17
Reproducible, Open Data Science for Life Scientists

with Rutger Vos and Pedro Fernandes
You may like to read the free e-book "Open Science, Open Data, Open Source" for similar content.
Link
Sep 11 - Sep 15 IBSTATB17
Introductory Biostatistics for Biologists

with Ana Luisa Papoila and Fernanda Diamantino
Link
Sep 19 - Sep 22 IO17
Large Scale Bioinformatics for Immuno-Oncology

with Francesca Finotello and Federica Eduati
Link
Nov 6 - Nov 10 ELB17S
Entry Level Bioinformatics (second course 2017)

our entry level course with a soft introduction to NGS data analysis
with David P. Judge, Pedro Fernandes and Daniel Sobral
Link
Nov 14 - Nov 17 PM17
Precision Medicine

with Fatima Al-Shahrour, Elena Piñero and Javier Perales
Link
Nov 27 - Nov 30 PPB17
Programming in Python for Biologists

with Allegra Via, Pedro Fernandes and David P. Judge
Link
Dec 4 - Dec 7 ADER17S
Analysis of Differential Expression with RNAseq (second course 2017)

with Daniel Sobral, Daniel Faria and Daniel Neves
Link

Courses in 2016

From / To
(dates)
Title
Instructors
Description
Mar 29 - Apr 1 NDARC16
NGS Data Analysis, RNAseq, ChIPseq

with Mark Dunning, Tom Carrol, Nuno Barbosa-Morais
Link
Apr 11 - Apr 15 PDA16
Proteomics Data Analysis

with Lennart Martens, Harald Barsnes and Marc Vaudel
Link
Apr 18 - Apr 22 IB16F
Introductory Bioinformatics (First course in 2016)

our entry level course with a soft introduction to NGS data analysis
with David P Judge, Pedro Fernandes and Daniel Sobral
Link
May 9 - May 13 ARANGS16
Automated and reproducible analysis of NGS data

with Rutger Vos, Darin London and Hannes Hettling
Link
May 18 - May 20 GTDA16
Genomic and Transcriptomic Data Analysis

with Francisco García and Alejandro Alemán
Link
July 11 - July 15 BPBR16
Bioinformatics using Python for Biomedical Researchers

with Allegra Via and Vincenza Colonna
Link
Sep 27 - Sep 30 PM16
Precision medicine

NGS variant analysis and interpretation for translational research
with Fátima Al-Shahrour, Javier Perales and Elena Piñeiro
Link
Oct 10 - Oct 14 3DAROC16
3C-based data analysis and 3D reconstruction of chromatin folding

with Marc A. Marti-Renom, François Serra and Marco di Stefano
Link
Oct 17 - Oct 19 QPB16
Quantitative Proteomics using Bioinformatics

using high throughput sequencing data (NGS)
with Mikhail Savitski, Roman Zubarev and Bo Zhang
Link
Nov 2 - Nov 4 AAIRR16
Analysis of Adaptive Immune Receptor Repertoires

using high throughput sequencing data (NGS)
with Simon D. W. Frost
Link
Nov 7 - Nov 11 AET16
Applied Evolutionary Theory

A hands-on introduction to creating and analyzing models of evolution
with Claudia Bank, Rafael Guerrero and Jan Engelstädter
Link
Nov 14 - Nov 18 IBSTATB16
Introductory Biostatistics for Biologists

with Cristina Rocha and Maria Fernanda Diamantino
Link
Dec 12 - Dec 16 IB16S
Introductory Bioinformatics (Second course in 2016)

our entry level course with a soft introduction to NGS data analysis
with David P Judge, Pedro Fernandes and Daniel Sobral
Link

Courses in 2015

From / To
(dates)
Title
Instructors
Description
Mar 11 - Mar 15 ARANGS15
Automated and reproducible analysis of NGS data

with Rutger Vos and Darin London
Link
Apr 13 - Apr 17 IB15F
Introductory Bioinformatics (first course)

with David P Judge, Pedro Fernandes and Javier Santoyo-Lopez
Link
Apr 22 - Apr 24 PHSMCP15
Promoter hunting and systems modelling of cellular pathways

with Alexander Kel and Christoph Wierling
Link
Apr 27 - Apr 30 SMLMC15
Structural Modelling for Large Macromolecular Complexes

with Joanna Kasprzak and Mateusz Dobrychłop
Link
May 25 - May 28 MEVR15
Molecular Epidemiology of Viruses using R
with Simon Frost
Link
Jun 15 - Jun 19 IBSTATB15
Introductory Biostatistics for Biologists

with Ana Luísa Papoila and Maria Fernanda Diamantino
Link
July 6 - Jul 9 PGDH15
Population Genetics and Demographic History: model-based approaches

with Marc Beaumont, Lounès Chikhi, Willy Rodriguez and Barbara Parreira
Link
July 20 - July 24 BPBR15
Bioinformatics using Python for Biomedical Researchers

with Allegra Via and Kaja Milanowska
Link
Sep 7 - Sep 10 PDA15
Proteomics Data Analysis

with Lennart Martens, Harald Barsnes and Marc Vaudel
Link
Sep 20 - Oct 1 GACT15
Genomic Architecture of Complex Traits

with Arcadi Navarro, Juan A. Rodriguez and David Allen Hughes
Link
Nov 30 - Dec 3 TBHD15
Translational Bioinformatics in Health and Disease

with Fátima Al-Shahrour, Javier Perales and Elena Piñeiro
Link
Dec 14 - Dec 18 IB15S
Introductory Bioinformatics (first course)

with David P Judge, Pedro Fernandes and Bert Overduin
Link

Methods

GTPB courses are designed with methods that result from using past experience, in combination with what is discussed and agreed in international organisations that we cooperate with, such as:
GOBLET the Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education and Training

IGC is a member of the consortium, the portuguese node of the european project
, a distributed infrastructure for life-science information

Cooperation

GTPB operates in partnership with other training providers, such as:

the Istituto Italiano di Bioinformatica, Bari, IT

Bioinformatics Training at the University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK

the Dutch TechCenter for the Life Sciences, Utrecht, NL

the European Bioinformatics Institute, Hinxton, UK

the EMBL Australia Bioinformatics Resource (EMBL-ABR), Melbourne, AU
To request more information, please send an e-mail to: bicourses ( AT ) igc.gulbenkian.pt
Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Apartado 14, 2781-901 Oeiras, Portugal