14th Annual Winter School in Mathematical and Computational Biology

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A premier bioinformatics training event in Australia, the fourteenth annual Winter School in Mathematical & Computational Biology will be held 3 to 7 July 2017 at the Institute for Molecular Science, The University of Queensland, St Lucia. Only $290 for the whole week for early bird student registration including lunches and morning/afternoon teas!
THEMES
  •  Next generation sequencing & bioinformatics
  • Advances in single-cell sequencing analysis
  • Modelling ecologies & populations
  • Advanced data visualisation & computation
  • Systems and synthetic biology
FEATURED SPEAKERS
  • John Quackenbush, Harvard University
  • Christine Wells, The University of Melbourne
  • Helena Kilpinen, University College London
  • David Edwards, University of Western Australia
  • Nicole Cloonan, University of Auckland
  • Eric Treml, The University of Melbourne
  • Marcel Dinger, Garvan Institute of Medical Research
WORKSHOP & BOOTCAMP
A Genomics Virtual Laboratory training workshop (limited places) will be run during the Winter School on Wednesday 5th July. A Software Carpentry Bootcamp (10-11 July) is also being run in conjunction with the Winter School. Both events were fully subscribed in days last year, so register early to avoid disappointment.
COMBINE MEETUP
Our own COMBINE President Leah Roberts will be giving a presentation about COMBINE at Winter School, which will be followed by a social meet up at the Pizza Cafe for ECRs and students.
TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP
Travel scholarship for student travel bursaries are available, applications open: 15 – 31 May 2017!

More information and early bird registration: http://bioinformatics.org.au/ws17/

DETAILS
What: Winter School in Mathematical and Computational Biology
When: 3-7 July 2017
Where: University of Queensland, St Lucia, QLD
Cost: $290 student early bird for whole week
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