NIH Library Services Bioinformatics Bioinformatics Training

Bioinformatics Training

The NIH Library offers several bioinformatics courses that are available free to all NIH and HHS staff. Bioinformatics courses are usually held in the NIH Library Training Room unless otherwise noted. Registration is required to guarantee a seat and to receive any training materials associated with the class. ***New registration process: Registration for NIH Library Bioinformatics classes is managed by CIT using the HHS Learning Management System. Please log into this system before proceeding to register for classes. For assistance with registration, please contact CIT at 301.594.6248 or CITTraining@mail.nih.gov.

Sign up for the NIH Library e-news to receive announcements about bioinformatics classes and training opportunities. Standard bioinformatics classes, course descriptions and exercises can be found on the Bioinformatics Training Page.


2014

Practical Bioinformatics (FAES course BIOF 429)
Sep 1 - Dec 19

Indexing 3D Protein Structures for Use in Similarity Searches
Anatoly Dryga, Postdoctoral Fellow
Computational Biology Branch Structure Group, NCBI
Sep 18, 12 - 1 pm

Bioinformatics Data Integration Using Galaxy
Sep 25, 10:30 am - 1 pm

Expression Data Analysis on Microarray and NGS in Partek
Oct 8-9, 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

Precision Oncology and Next Generation Sequencing
Warren Kibbe, Director
Center for Biomedical Infromatics and Information Technology, NCI
Oct 23, 12 - 1 pm

An Effective Bioinformatic Quality Control Method for Next-Generation Sequencing Data Analysis
Sijung Yun, Bioinformatics Contract Scientist (Yotta Biomed, LLC)
Developmental Biology Section, NIDDK
Nov 20, 12 - 1 pm

Exploring the Possible Responses of Cellular Signaling Pathways through Computational Modeling
Martin Meier-Schellersheim, Chief, Computational Biology Section
Laboratory of Systems Biology, NIAID
Dec 2, 3 - 4pm


View previous courses on our archive page.