To all current and prospective 1st year PhD students in Bioinformatics, You are invited to apply to MedBioInfo, the National Graduate School in Medical Bioinformatics, established to provide advanced training in bioinformatics to the next generation of world-class life-science researchers. Thanks to a recently approved Read More …
Author: Samuel Flores
Prospective students: the March Meeting dates are announced!
If you are applying to be admitted to MedBioInfo in 2022, please note we have already announced our Spring Meeting dates — 28 to 30 March 2022, in Åre. This is going to be a fun meeting, you will not Read More …
2021 Annual Meeting will be in person
This will run 4-6 October. If you are a MedBioInfo student, or faculty on our email list, you have already gotten an invitation. If you not one of these, but wish to join please contact Samuel Flores.
Dates changed for experimental design for high-throughput technologies 2021
Dates announced for Statistics in Bioinformatics!
See the courses tab for details.
Experimental design for high-throughput technologies will run in 2021!
After a one-year hiatus, Carsten has announced dates for his course. See the Courses page for details.. http://www.medbioinfo.se/?page_id=31
2020 Annual Meeting will run by Zoom, 19 May, in abbreviated form
If you are a MedBioInfo student or faculty should have received an invite for this by now. We will limit this to a student meeting, students reporting to PIs, and PI meeting.
2020 Annual Meeting cancelled
The meeting cannot proceed under the current circumstances. If you are wondering what you can do with the extra time, I would suggest contributing to the coronavirus response at your home university. The is no end to what you can Read More …
2020 Annual Meeting — save the date!
Our next Annual Meeting is tentatively set for 18 May (around lunch) to 20 May (around 16:00) 2020, at Varbergs Kusthotell near Göteborg. Please plan on joining! If you are an enrolled student or affiliated faculty, you will get an Read More …
MedBioInfo has been extended!
I am pleased to announce that the Swedish Research Council has granted MedBioInfo 5MSEK/year for 2020-2022. We will announce a call for applications to the 2020 incoming class, shortly. Sam