I'm gathering useful links for students of newly established graduate program in bioinformatics. The main audience are computer science and software engineering majors who are curious to apply their skills to bioinformatics problems.
P.S. But also great biologists-oriented courses are welcome in this thread since they may be useful for biostar visitors.
I have found this course collection to be helpful. It contains four different sections (Introductory bioinformatics, Structural bioinformatics, computer skills for biotechnology and bioinformatics in target identification and validation). In addition there is also archive for other relevant topics like computer aided drug design. I also did free course on Pharmaceutical Bioinformatics offered by Uppsala University and was really useful. In addition, students can access free courses from MITlike Computational Functional Genomics.
Hi, the BTN (Bioinformatics Training Network) is a community-based project aiming to provide a centralised facility to share materials, to list training events (including course contents and trainers), and to share and discuss training experiences, see here: http://www.biotnet.org/ Best Vicky