The Office for Health and Medical Research supports bioinformatics training for researchers, clinicians, health professionals and academics in NSW. The training is a research capacity building initiative under the NSW Health and Medical Research Strategy and will be delivered in consultation with the Hubs. The training builds NSW bioinformatics capability and skill, enabling New South Wales to capitalise on opportunities presented by next generation sequencing and ‘big data’.

Bioplatforms Australia and will be delivering a range of training for two years from 2014/15. It will include a literacy program aimed at clinically oriented researchers like clinicians, pathologists and counsellors, and advanced technical training for those who are already technically proficient. The suite of training will also include a mentoring program and practice network which links NSW to the best international bioinformatics expertise at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory and the European Bioinformatics Institute.

Bioplatforms Australia and Intersect Australia are also interested in hearing about your training needs, from novice to advanced.

Register for the next training program or suggest training needs.​​​​

Page Updated: Thursday 12 November 2015