As part of my work I train people in the 'art' of programming and data analysis. Here an overview of the people I trained in their master or bachelor. Also the course I have taught and an estimate on the number of people who participated.
Master Students2013 - Yalan Bi (9 months) - University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands - Working on a research project involving alternative splicing in A. thaliana
2011 - Konrad Zych (6 months) - Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland - Working on a research project to develop software for genetic map construction supported by an Erasmus scholarship.
2011 - Kotaro Nishiyama (4 months) - Osaka University, Osaka, Japan - Working on a research project involving 'Big Data' analysis of gene expressions.
Master / PhD Courses2015 - Statistics using the R programming language - 15 Participants
2014 - Introduction into bioinformatics - 3 Participants
Bachelor Courses2012 - Computational molecular biology research - 5 Participants
2011 - Computational molecular biology research - 2 Participants
2010, 2011 - Guest lectures bioinformatics 1 - 30-40 Participants
2010, 2011 - Practical supervisor bioinformatics 1 - 30-40 Participants
General training2014 - Summer course - Trainer at Kings College, London, UK
2013 - Summer course - Trainer at Kings College, London, UK
2012 - R and R/qtl - Lecture and tutorial at LFN meeting Wageningen University
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