October 5, 2016 |CBID Summer School in Hanoi Uses Project Tycho® Data

The Computational Biology for Infectious Diseases (CBID) summer school was held in Hanoi, Vietnam, September 18-25, 2016. The program was designed to provide students, researchers and professionals working on infectious diseases with basic concepts and hands-on experience in quantitative analyses of high throughput data. The school was organized in five parallel thematic groups of 15 students covering molecular phylogeny, (meta)genomics, population genetics, transmission dynamics and epidemics forecasting. Ninety students from 16 countries in Southeast Asia and from 38 institutions attended the one-week school. The trainings were led by experts in their fields from Vietnam, France, Switzerland, UK and USA. Project Tycho® data were used for mini-projects including the Southeast Asia dengue data.

 

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