Python For Life Scientists
For several years now, we have been teaching Python to biologists with little or no coding experience, at places like MIT and Boston Children's Hospital. Based upon our book "Python for the Life Sciences", our hands-on, workshop-based course was designed specifically for life science researchers, with the aim of providing enough of a foundation for them to start using Python in their own research.
We have received a lot of requests to run a workshop that is open to anybody, so we’re planning some new, intensive introductory Python courses in the Greater Boston area, that will be open to any life science researcher.
If you feel you might be interested in attending a workshop-based course of this kind, please fill in and submit this form.
What area of life science research are you working in?
Who would be paying for the course?
My employer (e.g. for my professional development)
Grant funding (e.g. allocated or allowed for professional development)
Me - paying for the course with my own funds
What would be the best structure for such a course?
One day that covers Python foundations or specific topics
Two days that covers Python foundations or specific topics, including some practical workshops
Four days that covers a basic foundation in Python including workshops
Five days that covers a basic foundation in Python including workshops, and remedial tutorials
How much would you be willing to pay (in US dollars) for a course or workshop of duration:
What months would be most convenient for you to attend this year?
Would you like to share your email address with us, so that we can notify you when we are enrolling students for new courses and workshops (optional)? If so, please enter your email address here.
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