EMBnet News bulletin of 11 December 2008

Laurent Falquet Laurent.Falquet at unil.ch
Thu Dec 11 12:46:10 CET 2008

* EMBnet News bulletin of 11-Dec-2008 *

Dear all,

kindly forward this advert to students who might be interested.

The Swiss EMBnet node organizes a one-week statistics course for  
biologists at the Biozentrum Basel, January 19-23, 2009.

The course is designed to provide graduate students in the biomedical  
sciences with experience in the application of basic statistical  
analysis techniques to a variety of biological problems.
This course is organized for biomedical researchers and no particular  
statistical knowledge is required in order to attend the course,  
however westrongly recommend you to get familiar with the R  
statistical analysis package prior attending the course.

More information and registration form are available at:

The course is supported by the SKMB (Schweizerische Kommission für  
Molekular Biologie).

Kind Regards,
For the Swiss EMBnet node,
Lorenza Bordoli


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or by an expert in the field from the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics.

With our best regards,

Laurent Falquet, Swiss EMBnet node manager
and the Swiss EMBnet team members,
Lorenza Bordoli
Vassilios Ioannidis
Sébastien Moretti

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