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Dear the participant:
Thank you very much for attending the 5th Japan-Korea-China Bioinformatics Training Course. We hope the course will be helpful for your future careers in bioinformatics.
With best regards,
The organizing committee of the 5th Japan-Korea-China Bioinformatics Training Course
The photo that we took together on the final day
The photo that we took together on the final day (Photo Gallery)


Organized by the Center for Information Biology and DDBJ (CIB-DDBJ) at the National Institute of Genetics and the Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology (KRIBB).
Supported by the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) and Shanghai Center for Bioinformation Technology (SCBIT).



*1 National Institute of Genetics
*2 Shanghai Center for Bioinformation Technology
*3 Asia-Pacific Bioinformatics Network
*4 National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology

 Announcement

We are pleased to announce that "The 5th Japan-Korea-China Bioinformatics Training Course" will be held at the Center for Information Biology and DNA Data Bank of Japan (CIB-DDBJ) at the National Institute of Genetics (NIG) in March 14-17, 2006.
If you wish to participate in this training course as a trainee, please apply now (see below for application) ! The number of Japanese trainees is limited to 10. The trainee is expected to be either a graduate student or a postdoc in bioinformatics or its related field in addition to being fluent in English. The deadline of the application is February 20.
The successful applicant is covered with travel expenses including train tickets, lodging and meals. He/She is also provided with a PC linked with Internet during the course.

Application: (closed)
Access to Mishima: PDF, 1.7MB (Mar.6, 2006)

 Program

Tuesday, March 14:
   14:00-17:00   Registration
W202 CIB-DDBJ Bldg., NIG
18:00-20:00   Opening ceremony, Reception
Mishima Plaza Hotel
 
Wednesday, March 15: Lectures and Practices
   08:00-10:30   Protein-Protein Interactions
Zhi-wei Cao
10:30-13:00 Protein Structure Prediction
Julian Lee
13:00-14:00Lunch
14:00-16:30 PDB-Ligand for Drug Design
Jae-Min Shin
16:30-17:00Break
17:00-19:30 Fundamentals of Molecular Evolution
Naruya Saitou
 
Thursday, March 16: Lectures and Practices
   08:00-10:30 MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry Data Analysis: tools and application
Lu Xie
10:30-13:00 Microbial Data Analysis
Yang Zhong
13:00-14:00Lunch
14:00-16:30 Fundamentals of Population Genetics
Yoshio Tateno
16:30-17:00Break
17:00-19:30 Fundamentals of Genome Analysis
Takashi Gojobori
 
Friday, March 17: Lectures and Practices
   08:00-10:30 DNA Microarray Gene Expression Analysis
Sangsoo Kim
10:30-12:00 Bioinformatics in South Asia
Darran Nathan
Wasna Viratyosin
Susan Soka
12:00-14:00Lunch and Closing ceremony
14:00-Farewell
 
 
Application: (closed)
 
Access to Mishima: PDF, 1.7MB (Mar.6,2006)
 
Access to NIG:
   To Mishima station
approximately 1 hour from Tokyo station by Shinkansen Kodama super express
approximately 2 hours from Nagoya station by Shinkansen Kodama super express
   To NIG
approximately 15 minutes from Mishima station by bus or taxi (approximately 240 yen by bus, 1500 yen by taxi)
Map and more infomation (go to NIG site)
Hotel list in Mishima city (go to NIG site)
 
More information:
NIG is located a bit away from downtown Mishima.
A cafeteria is on campus for lunch.
There is a convenience store in 10 minutets' walk from NIG.
 
 
Related Web Sites
4th [2005.03.07-10] - KOREA (Japanese site)
3rd [2004.03.16-19] - JAPAN
2nd [2003.08.17-21] - KOREA
1st [2002.03.15-18] - JAPAN
[CIB-DDBJ, DDBJ, KRIBB, NGIC]
Last modified: May. 24, 2011