User:Eric Martz/Introduction to Structural Bioinformatics

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I (Eric Martz) teach introductions to structural bioinformatics in hands-on computer laboratories at several levels.

In 2017-2018

For M.S. graduate students in the Applied Molecular Biotechnology Program, Department of Microbiology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. January, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018. 12 contact hours. Syllabi at Workshops.MolviZ.Org.
Graduate Assessment: Each student picks a protein structure (or makes a homology model) related to their research, and answers questions in a report (where sample completed reports are linked).
For researchers (grad students, postdocs, research staff, faculty) in one-day or two-day computer workshops (about 8 hours) at various locations. Recent and upcoming workshops are listed at Workshops.MolviZ.Org, where you will find links to announcements and detailed syllabi.

Completed in Earlier Years

For senior undergraduates in 9 contact hours (three class meetings) in Advanced Microbiology Lab Techniques (Microbiology 497L) at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst MA USA:
For undergraduates and graduate students in several hours (two class meetings) in Laboratory in Molecular Genetics (Microbiology 565) at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst MA USA:
For M.S. graduate students in a 17-hour intensive course over five days at Osaka University, Japan. Taught annually 2005-2015. See the 5-day courses for the Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences at Workshops.MolviZ.Org, where you will find detailed syllabi.

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