Transition to a Tech Career with Bioinformatics
Bioinformatics is a blend of biology, computer science, and mathematics.
Bioinformatics is an integrated field, which combines computational, mathematical, and statistical methods to manage and analyze biological information using computers especially as applied to molecular genetics and genomics.
One of the reasons why Bioinformatics exists is due to the increasing amount of biological datasets. These are huge scientific research outputs that need to be managed. Bioinformatics is all about managing data and providing scientific knowledge
This course is designed to help prepare you for high-demand work in bioinformatics science in a corporate, government, and/or academic environment.
Learn to Start your Career in Bioinformatics
NGN 250,000/USD 650
What You’ll Learn
Week 1: Introduction: Databases and Resources
Week 2: Sequence alignment theory and application
Week 3: Multiple Sequence Alignment
Week 4: Genomics
Week 5: Molecular Evolution and Phylogenetics workflow
Who Is This Course For?
“The Bioinformatics Class has been so helpful in my PhD journey. Currently using one of the resources he gave us to get materials for my PhD. We were given an essay to write as a requirement for one of the courses I take. And it has to do with proteins and peptides, so with that NCBI site and the bookshelf resources Bolu taught, I was able to get some materials for the essay. Made life easy for me😊😁”
Chinelo Nnenna Uju – Bioinformatics Student
The Titles You Can Apply To As A Bioinformatician
Here Is What You Should Know
There are limited slots available for us to have practical hands-on training with our students and so we are imploring you to have a spot by registering right now before you lose the opportunity.