Dissertation in Genome Informatics

If you’re passionate about the fascinating field of bioinformatics and want to be at the forefront of cutting-edge research, then look no further. Our program provides a comprehensive education in the rapidly evolving field of genome informatics, with a focus on genomics, transcriptomics, and clinical applications. Check out today how our Dissertation program will help you enhance your career in Bioinformatics and Genomics.

Topics Covered

  • Modular course – Select topics from Genomics and Transcriptomics
  • Bioinformatics and Genomics databases
  • Variant Calling Analysis
  • RNA-Seq Analysis for Differential Gene Expression Profiling
  • Essential programming concepts
  • Live Project with guidance and mentoring

Program features

  • Detailed discussions on all important topics
  • Demonstration of software usage with relevant examples
  • Online and Offline Courses with industry-relevant case study
  • Support for technical queries during and after the course
  • Industry-recognized certification

We have designed a focused dissertation program to help students gain knowledge and hands-on experience with cutting-edge NGS technologies. This course covers training on complete NGS data analysis workflow and project with complete guidance and mentoring. The well-structured modular courses help participants learn all the aspects of NGS data analysis. The dissertation project is for 12 weeks (3 to 4 months) which involves 2 weeks of training on the selected module and 10 weeks of the project work. Participants can opt for any one of the modules as per their interest. 

Module on Genomics : Variant Discovery

  • Sequencing Technologies and Terminologies
  • NGS Data Analysis workflow
    • Different file formats
    • Tools and their usage on Linux command line
    • Variant Calling workflow
    • Variant annotation and interpretation

Module on Transcriptomics: Genes to Pathways

  • Sequencing Technologies and Terminologies
  • RNA-Seq data analysis workflow
    • Alignment and counting
    • Data normalization and visualization
    • Differential gene expression
    • Gene enrichment and pathway analysis

Registration Form

Our dissertation program is well-suited for everyone from the Life Sciences domain. As such, no prior knowledge of Bioinformatics is required to participate in the program. However, a basic understanding of molecular biology and computer systems is needed. Our next batch starts on 20th March and we have limited seats. If you are interested, please apply using the below form with a write-up on your motivation to join the course.