NCBI advanced training course
Announcement from Renata Geer at NCBI:
The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) is pleased to invite participation in an advanced training course designed specifically for information specialists who provide support to users of NCBI’s molecular biology services.
This five-day course is scheduled for August 1-5, 2005, at the National Library of Medicine, and is approved for 40 MLA C.E. contact hours.
The course is restricted to those who have knowledge of molecular biology or genetics and basic experience with NCBI resources such as Entrez, BLAST, Cn3D, and Map Viewer.
General information about the advanced course is available at:
A course application form is also accessible from that page. Applications are due by May 31, 2005.
Space is limited to 9 people, and we will inform you about acceptance into the course by June 10, 2005.
This course is developed and taught as a collaborative project with colleagues who are already actively involved in supporting molecular biology resources for users in their libraries.
Following the course, participants become members of a bioinformatics support network
(BSN) to facilitate future communication among the group and continued learning.
National Center for Biotechnology Information
National Library of Medicine