Course Structure

Bioinformatics is a blend of multiple areas of study including biology, data science, mathematics and computer science. The field focuses on extracting new information from massive quantities of biological data and requires that scientists know the tools and methods for capturing, processing and analyzing large data sets. Bioinformatics scientists analyze DNA sequence alignment to find mutations and anomalies and understand the impact on cellular processes. The bioinformatician uses software to analyze protein structure and its impact on cell function. Learning how to design experiments and perform advanced statistical analysis is essential for anyone interested in this field.


The course consists of different modules starting from genomic public databases and resources, sequence alignment, protein structure and function prediction, understanding of how to capture and analyze biological big data from analyzing genomic sequences to using R and python programming to locate genes and perform simulations, learning the applications of bioinformatics to genetic research, clinical trials and more.


What Course Covers

• Basic molecular biology and Introduction to Bioinformatics.
• Numbers and biology.
• Databases and different omics.
• Bioinformatics Vs. Computational biology.
• Bioinformatics in real examples.
• How to learn to be a user or to be a developer.

• Mini projects (in silico PCR, BLAST, MSA).

• Main project (protein homology modeling and docking)


Target audience

This workshop is supposed to encourage young and professionals researchers in Biotechnology, Biology, Chemistry, Pharmaceuticals industry professionals, Medicine, finally; students and staff of various disciplines of life sciences.


Cost: 500 EGP

Timing & Access


20 Hours


5 Days


CEB Academy, G1, Building no. 44 A, Dokki street, Giza


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