H3ABioNet delivers high quality training covering various aspects of bioinformatics

    Upcoming and Current Training

    H3ABioNet organises a variety of high quality courses and training events covering various aspects of bioinformatics from general introductory topics to more specialised ones such Next Generation Sequencing and Genome Wide Association Studies analyses.
    Training proposals on different topics that are pertinent to human health, have synergies with the H3Africa projects and are also in line with H3ABioNet's vision of developing bioinformatics capacity within Africa, may be submitted here.
    Please also take note of the H3ABioNet training event policy available here.

    Ensembl Genome Browser Workshop, April 2021, Cape Town, South Africa

    The Ensembl project at www.ensembl.org provides a comprehensive and integrated source of annotation of mainly vertebrate genome sequences. This 1-day workshop offers participants the possibility of gaining hands-on experience in the use of the Ensembl genome browser but...

     |   Workshop  |  26 April 2021 - 28 April 2021

    Introduction to Hands-on Bioconductor Workshop

    We are happy to announce that our inaugural Africa-specific Bioconductor Workshop: Introduction to hands-on Bioconductor is now open for Registration. ...

     |   Workshop  |  29 April 2021 - 30 April 2021

    Past Courses and Training Events

    H3ABioNet has hosted and been involved in a number of training events and courses since it's conception in 2012.  For a list of past H3ABioNet courses and training events and to access the applicable training material, please browse through the training categories below:
    Bioinformatics Introduction
    Bioinformatics Intermediary
    Bioinformatics Advanced
    Data Management
    Education
    Genomic Medicine
    GWAS
    NGS
    Research Skills
    SysAdmin and Technical
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