Courses

Hands-on training in the latest biomedical techniques for research scientists, clinicians and healthcare professionals.


Course types

  • computational Computational
  • lecture Lecture/Discussion
  • laboratoryLaboratory

Laboratory

Single Cell Technologies and Analysis (Virtual)

26–30 July 2021

Deadlines: all closed

Computational

Genetic Analysis of Population-based Association Studies (Virtual)

20–24 September 2021

Deadlines: all closed

Computational

Bioinformatics for Immunologists (Virtual)

27 September–01 October 2021

Deadlines: all closed

Computational

Next Generation Sequencing Bioinformatics (Virtual) 

18–22 October 2021

Deadlines: all closed

Laboratory

Molecular Pathology and Diagnosis of Cancer (Virtual)

22–26 November 2021

Deadlines: Application deadline: 16 September 2021

Laboratory

Derivation and Culture of Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (hiPSCs) (virtual)

13–16 December 2021

Deadlines: Application deadline: 30 September 2021

Laboratory

Genomics and Clinical Microbiology

23–28 January 2022

Deadlines: Application deadline: 14 October 2021

Lecture/Discussion

Genomic Practice for Genetic Counsellors (Virtual)

31 January–02 February 2022

Opens soon - Email for updates | view the 2021 course page

Genomics and Clinical Virology

20–25 February 2022

Opens soon|e-mail for updates| View the 2020 course page

Lecture/Discussion

Evolutionary Biology and Ecology of Cancer

13–17 June 2022

Deadlines: Application and bursary deadline: 19 April 2022

 Opens soon | View 2018 event page | Email for updates

NEW Lecture/Discussion

How to Teach Genomics : A Workshop for Nursing and Midwifery Educators

11–14 July 2022

Deadlines: Application and bursary deadline: 17 May 2022

Opens soon |  Email for updates

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