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GENOMIC and BIOINFORMATICs LEARNING TOOLS “DESIGNED BY SCIENTISTS FOR SCIENTISTS” OpenHelix

OpenHelix offers a collection of genomic and bioinformatics learning tools custom designed by scientists for scientists. “Designed by scientists for scientists” may sound vague, but it is the essence of OpenHelix and why they currently offer a collection of tutorials and e-learning tools unprecedented and unrivaled.

Dr. Warren Lathe III, evolutionary biologist, genomicist, is Chief Science Officer at OpenHelix. Dr Lathe first gained notoriety for his breakthrough work in bacteria genomics at European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL). Since 2003, Dr Lathe has been a leader in the area of learning and training in the field of genomics, bioinformatics, and proteomics. The recipient of several NIH grants to study and create e-learning tools, he now spearheads a the team of biologists who have built and maintain a collection of 100+ online tutorials. Introductory and in-depth training tools for researchers, scientists, and students include the well known genome browsers from UCSC, NCBI, Ensembl, Gbrowse, MEME, OMIM, Gramene, Galaxy, XplorMed, KEGG, iHOP, DAVID, TextPresso, GVS, Pfam, and dozens more. A complete list of online OpenHelix tutorials is available here:  Catalog

DeVette Publishing Solutions is the managing agent for OpenHelix LLC in Asia.  We are pleased to be working with Flysheet Information Services (Taiwan), iducation Inc. (Korea), and USACO Corp. (Japan).

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23 April 2012 - Posted by | E-learning, Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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