Computational modeling of signaling course at NIH

March 1, 2012 § Leave a comment

In June, the Laboratory of Systems Biology at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID, NIH) will offer a short course on computational modeling of cellular signaling processes using the Simmune modeling tool set (June 4-8).

The first part of the course will provide a hands-on introduction that is tailored towards biologists without prior experience in modeling but with an active interest in quantitative and spatial aspects of cellular behavior. The second part of the course will introduce computational modelers with a solid programming background to the possibilities and techniques for using the programming libraries of Simmune in their own projects.

Travel and lodging scholarships are available.  Further information here.

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