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Bioinformatics Teaching Resources

Current Students
General:
Bachelor Courses:
First Year Master:
sept oct nov dec jan feb mar apr may jun
Fundamentals of Bioinformatics (6 ec) Algorithms in Sequence Analysis (6 ec) Biosystems Data Analysis (6 ec) Structural Bioinformatics (6 ec) Bioinformatics for Translational Medicne (6 ec) Advanced Modeling in Systems Biology (6 ec)#
Introduction to Systems Biology (6 ec) Systems Biology in Practice (6 ec) Basic Models of Biological Networks (6 ec) Statistics with R (6 ec)#
Compulsory courses Bioinformatics profile Systems Biology profile # Choose one out of Adv. Mod. in Sys. Bio or Stat. w. R
  • Fundamentals of Bioinformatics (AF)
  • Algorithms in Sequence Analysis (JH)
  • Structural Bioinformatics (AF)
  • Bioinformatics for Translational Medicine (SA)
  • Proposal Writing (AF)
Second Year Master:
Contact:

(Potential) Prospective Students
Master:
First Year Master:
Please see current schedule (above). The schedule for 2013/2014 can be expected to be similar with minor adjustments.
Internships:
Optional Courses:
  • All our courses (listed above) are open as optional courses for third year bachelor or master students from other disciplines.
  • If you are thinking of following our master, it is a good idea to use your optional courses in you current study to take care of entry requirements.
Contact:
  • If you are interested in our master, or if you simply want more information, please contact Dr. Anton Feenstra


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