Big Data in Biology Summer School 2022

Posted by Lauren Gant on May 4, 2022 12:35:35 PM

Updated on May 4, 2022 3:20:53 PM

Dear Colleagues, 

The annual Big Data in Biology Summer School 2022 courses are now open for registration! The Center for Biomedical Research Support (CBRS) offers seven intensive courses that span introductions to biocomputing, Python programming, and high-throughput DNA and RNA sequencing analysis. These courses offer unique opportunities to gain and polish skills for biological data analysis across a wide spectrum of topics. 

Courses last from 4 to 5 days. Students can take multiple courses and build up data analysis skills from week to week. 

This year, some classes will be in person, some hybrid, and others completely online. UT Austin students, faculty, and staff receive a great discount off the regular course fee. 

We will cover the following topics: 
May 31 - June 3 Introduction to R for Biologists 
June 6 - June 9 Introduction to Python 
June 6 - June 9 Introduction to Biocomputing 
June 13 - June 17 Introduction to Core NGS Concepts and Tools 
June 13 - June 17 Introduction to RNA-Seq 
June 20 - June 23 Principles of Machine Learning for Bioinformatics 
June 20 - June 24 Genome Variant Analysis 

Visit this link to register: https://research.utexas.edu/cbrs/classes/big-data-in-biology-summer-school/2022-summer-school/ 

And don't forget to sign up for our popular and affordable online spring short courses, especially if you need to bring your Unix and TACC skills up to date for the summer classes! https://research.utexas.edu/cbrs/classes/short-courses/spring-2022-semester/ 

Thanks for your interest! 

- Center for Biomedical Research Support

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Dear Colleagues, 

The annual Big Data in Biology Summer School 2022 courses are now open for registration! 

The Center for Biomedical Research Support (CBRS) offers seven intensive courses that span introductions to biocomputing, Python programming, and high-throughput DNA and RNA sequencing analysis. These courses offer unique opportunities to gain and polish skills for biological data analysis across a wide spectrum of topics. 

Courses last from 4 to 5 days. Students can take multiple courses and build up data analysis skills from week to week. This year, some classes will be in person, some hybrid, and others completely online. UT Austin students, faculty, and staff receive a great discount off the regular course fee. 

We will cover the following topics: 

May 31 - June 3 Introduction to R for Biologists 
June 6 - June 9 Introduction to Python 
June 6 - June 9 Introduction to Biocomputing 
June 13 - June 17 Introduction to Core NGS Concepts and Tools 
June 13 - June 17 Introduction to RNA-Seq 
June 20 - June 23 Principles of Machine Learning for Bioinformatics 
June 20 - June 24 Genome Variant Analysis 

Visit this link to register: 
https://research.utexas.edu/cbrs/classes/big-data-in-biology-summer-school/2022-summer-school/ 

And don't forget to sign up for our popular and affordable online spring short courses, especially if you need to bring your Unix and TACC skills up to date for the summer classes! 
https://research.utexas.edu/cbrs/classes/short-courses/spring-2022-semester/ 

Thanks for your interest! 

- Center for Biomedical Research Support