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Winter School in Mathematical & Computational Biology – Brisbane

Presentations from this event can be found here…

The 2013 Winter School in Mathematical & Computational Biology will be held from 1- 5 July 2013 at Queensland Bioscience Precinct, on the St Lucia campus of The University of Queensland.

ONLINE REGISTRASTION is now open to 25 June 2013.

Early bird: To 19 June 2013

Normal full registration: 20 to 25 June 2013

The theme of this year’s Winter School is “From genomes to ecologies”. Specific topics are:

  • Next-generation sequencing & bioinformatics
  • Next-generation sequencing: mutations, disease & algorithms
  • Ecologies & populations
  • Systems & synthetic biology

This year we have presenters from top universities and research institutes across Australasia (Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney) and from Japan and USA. All presenters are recognised authorities who will make their topic accessible to and exciting for non-specialists and specialists alike.

Bioplatforms Australia and EMBL Australia offer a limited number of travel bursaries to undergraduate and postgraduate students at Australasian and/or other regional institutions to participate in the 2013 Winter School. Important dates are as follows:

Applications open: 20-31 May 2013

Applications close: 31 May 2013

Notification of outcome: 7 June 2013

For details relating to application, selection and acceptance process, please visit Winter School web site under “Scholarships”.

For more information, and to register for Winter School please visit: http://bioinformatics.org.au/ws13/

To subscribe to Winter School news, send an email to: [email protected]

See you in Brisbane!

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