Abstracts and program for ‘Network Biology/Integromics Bioinformatics – Applications Towards Medicine‘ can now be downloaded from [ddownload id=”2166″ text=”here” style=”link”]. We are very excited!
NORBIS is pleased to now offer a workshop on ‘Applied Structural Bioinformatics‘, which will take place in Bergen October 16-20. This workshop will provide a practical introduction to popular tools for biomolecular visualisation, analysis and simulations. Lectures will be given by both international and local speakers from the research fields of structural bioinformatics and computer-aided drug…Continue reading New workshop on ‘Applied Structural Bioinformatics’
NORBIS again invites you to propose a course or workshop within any of our fields. If you carry an idea for a course or workshop, and perhaps would like to invite national or international experts, we hope that you now will take the opportunity to develop this with our help. It may be completely new,…Continue reading Want to organise a course or a workshop for NORBIS?
We are pleased to announce that registration now is open for our course ‘Large genetic studies in biobanks: from registries screening, to interpretation of GWAS and beyond’, which will run at UiO October 23-27. Read more and register (by September 15) at the course webpage here!
You are all invited to join the third annual conference of NORBIS, which will take place November 8-10, at Sommarøy Arctic Hotel outside Tromsø. The conference aims at bringing together students and researchers, fostering collaboration between groups. The participants will learn about each others’ research, discuss science, be inspired by keynotes from leading researchers,…Continue reading Welcome to the 3rd annual meeting of NORBIS 8-10 November!
Want to learn more about health registry research? The Health Registries for Research (HRR) infrastructure project gives a workshop on ‘Causal inference in health registry research’ in Oslo 30 Nov-1 Dec, and NORBIS will support travel and accommodation for members who want to participate. You may read more and register here (registration is open until the seats…Continue reading Workshop on ‘Causal methods relevant for registry-based health research’