Compgen2022
This is an application form for the course Computational Genomics: A hands-on course for Machine Learning for Genomics.

more info on course website: http://compgen.mdc-berlin.de or https://bioinformatics.mdc-berlin.de/compgen/2022


The tentative syllabus is as follows:
Module 1: Statistics for Genomics  (1 week)
Module 2: Unsupervised learning and applications in Genomics  (1 week)
Module 3: Supervised Learning and applications in Genomics  (1 week)
Module 4: Capstone project: Drug response prediction using genomic data (1 week)



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Email *
Full name *
e.g: Jim Hester
Institute name *
Which institute, company or university are you working for, ex: University of Bergen, Astra Zeneca, etc
Country *
Which  country is the institute, company or university located?
City *
Which  city  is the institute, company or university  located?
Lab name *
Which lab/group are you affiliated with, ex: Lenhard Lab, Fredman Lab, etc
Educational history *
Describe where and when you get your degrees starting from Bachelor's or equivalent. Ex: BSc, Cambridge Uni, 2001-2003. MSc,  UCL, 2003-2004, etc.
Work history *
Describe which relevant positions you held until now. Ex: Research assistant, Cambridge Uni, 2001-2003. Lab tech,  Novartis Basel, 2003-2004, etc.
Online professional profile
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Application related questions
Are you a *
Do you understand the following statement: *
short-term intense computational genomics courses can not teach you everything you need to know. The courses we are offering are providing a foundation, you have to build upon it yourself. How much you learn from the course is proportional to your effort during and after the course.
Which statement best describes why you applied to this course? *
What is your experience in programming ? *
What is your experience with R? *
What does the following statement return in R: sapply(1:5,sqrt) *
Have you taken any statistics classes or self-studied statistics; if so, what level? *
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What is your experience with unix/linux/Mac OS X terminal/shell? *
Which command in unix/linux/Mac OS X terminal helps you view the top part of a file? *
Which command  in unix/linux/Mac OS X terminal lists the files in the current directory? *
How familiar are you with sequencing technology ? *
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Describe your current research projects and research interests (Max 500 words)
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