Bioinformatics Summer School 2018

July, 23 – 28 | St. Petersburg, Russia

Bioinformatics Summer School is an annual event for 100 undergraduate & postgraduates students from Mathematics, Computer Science, Biology, and Medicine majors interested in Bioinformatics. The key topic of Summer School 2018 is Cancer Bioinformatics.
Key dates

May 27

Extended application deadline
June 1

Online test deadline
June 10

Notification of acceptance
Bioinformatics Summer School is organised annually by Bioinformatics Institute in the end of July in St. Petersburg or Moscow, Russia.

It is a unique opportunity for students and early stage researchers to learn about cutting edge frontiers of Bioinformatics and discuss it right away with invited experts and leading scientists. The School's working language is Russian.
    The Summer School intensive 6-day program is divided into two tracks: Bioinformatics for Biologists and Bioinformatics for Computer Scientists. It includes lectures from well known scientists, workshops series and a hackathon – working in interdisciplinary teams on real research projects under the supervision of senior bioinformaticians. Participants also can submit an abstract and give a short talk about their research on one day conference session.

    The language of instruction is Russian. More details are published on the main web-page in Russian.
      Venue & Dates
      The Summer School will be held on July 23 – 28, 2018 in a countryside hotel near St. Petersburg, Russia.
        Registration fees
        Participants are to pay a registration fee of 19 000 rubles. The registration fee covers all the expenses: accommodation, meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner), coffee breaks, transfer to the venue, and materials. Scholarships that cover all the expenses will be provided by organizers and sponsors for an outstanding applications.

        Organizers unfortunately do not offer any travel grants. We encourage you to apply for such grants in your local universities.
          How to apply
          The application process is closed. More details are published on the main web-page in Russian.
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