Nowgen's training programmes round-up - 2012-10-19
During 2012 Nowgen has successfully hosted five training courses in the area of next generation sequencing (NGS): Fundamentals of NGS.
The courses provide a basic introduction to the technologies and their application in research and the clinic; NGS Bioinformatics, a hands-on course with practical sessions held in our state-of the-art Bioinformatics training suite, lead by colleagues in the Faculty of Life Sciences and School of Computer Science at The University of Manchester; and Reproducible workflows for next generation sequencing analysis, an advanced level hands-on course using the Galaxy and Taverna systems for NGS research and sharing of workflows. Additionally we have also delivered courses on Bioinformatics for genetic scientists and clinical geneticists and a Familial bowel cancer study day in partnership with Professor Gareth Evans.
In spring 2013 we look forward to delivering a course on Familial breast cancer – family history and risk assessment and on 13 February we will be running the second course on Biomarkers in research and clinical practice, part of Nowgen’s Stratified medicine training programme.
To find out more visit the Nowgen training course calendar or contact email@example.com.