The Center for Research Informatics (CRI), a partner supported by the ITM, hosts free, hands-on bioinformatics training each month for participants of all skill levels. The training program began in 2012, and in its first year alone it taught more than 350 attendees how to analyze complex biological data.

This type of training would normally cost you up to $500 per three-hour session.

Session sizes are limited to the number of computers available in the lecture room, so early registration is encouraged to secure your spot.

Click here to read more about what participants got out of a recent Introduction to Linux session.

Questions? Contact Caitlin Pike, the CRI’s Communications Manager, at cpike*bsd.uchicago.edu.