This course will explore state-of-the-art knowledge and experiences to better understand complex biological systems. The main objective is to provide participants with a solid foundation on the current bioinformatics approaches and tools to better address specific biological questions using OMIC data.
- Recognise questions that can be tackled with functional analysis.
- Understand the statistical bases of multivariate methods for component analysis.
- Discover the use of biological networks for the study of OMIC datasets.
- Get acquainted with the basic tools, packages and resources for the above mentioned analysis.
23-26 May 2022
Institut Pasteur de Tunis.
Postgraduate students, postdocs, engineers and researchers interested in epigenomics, epigenetics and the regulation of gene expression.
Institut Pasteur Paris team
SPEAKERS & AFFILIATIONS
Natalia Pietrosemoli (Institut Pasteur, Paris)
Claudia Chica (Institut Pasteur, Paris)
Basic knowledge of statistics; basic knowledge of command line (understanding how to run a program, how to change between directories), basic knowledge of transcriptomics and epigenomics analysis.
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