Survey about training in Structural Biology by Elixir-UK

Elixir-UK is inviting to complete a survey on training needs in the field of structural biology. This survey forms part of an ELIXIR-UK funded project being led by Christine Orengo (UCL) and Cath Brooksbank (EMBL-EBI) to review the current state of training in this field; to determine where gaps exist and to explore how they can be filled.
 
Information provided through this survey will inform discussions within the project.  They would like to survey a wide group of individuals, so please circulate this survey to colleagues who you think may wish to be involved.
 
The survey can be found at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/7K26PGG
 
Before completing the survey, please review the list of training resources below that they have identified so far.
 
Deadline 13th February 2014
 
 
 

ELIXIR-UK Structural Biology Project

List of Structural Biology Training resources identified – January 2014

 

Birkbeck (University of London) – Distance learning courses

http://www.bbk.ac.uk/study/pg2013/distancelearning/TPCCRPRO.html

 

University of Manchester – Practical guide to Bioinformatics (EMBER)

http://www.ember.man.ac.uk/login.php

 

Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics – eTraining website

http://sib.bio-med.ch/cms/

 

Structural Bioinformatics Laboratory (SBI, Barcelona) - Course on structural bioinformatics

http://sbi.imim.es/web/files/courses/SBwebCourse/tutorial.htm

 

GOBLET website – repository of training materials for public use.

www.mygoblet.org

 

eBiomics – Self-training in bioinformatics

http://ebiomics.sdcinfo.com

 

Train online from EMBL-EBI – training portal for EMBL-EBI resources

www.ebi.ac.uk/training/online

 

MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge – bioinformatics tutorials on structures

http://www.mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk/rlw/text/bioinfo_tuto/structure.html

 

Basic concepts in structural bioinformatics (developed by Salam Al-Karadaghi, Lund University)

http://www.proteinstructures.com

 

Open University – Science and maths courses by distance

http://www.open.edu/openlearn/science-maths-technology

 

Harvard Infectious Disease Consortium – Immune system molecules in 3D

http://idc.hms.harvard.edu/Curriculum.html

 

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