June 2016 will likely be a highly productive month for people in my group, since I will not be there much to disturb them. Specifically, I will be involved in running two week-long EMBO practical courses.
One was announced on this blog just two days ago. The other is the also long-running course “Computational biology: Genomes to systems”, which this year will take place on June 19–23 at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg, Germany. The course will cover a wide range of advanced computational biology topics, including protein networks (taught by STRING collaborator Christian von Mering) and biomedical text mining (taught by me).
Please note that the application deadline is less than a month away, namely on January 31.
More details can be found on .