The CMBI is organizing the event of the year for all bioinformaticians throughout Radboud University and Radboudumc to give you the opportunity to bring forward the biggest challenges in your research to expert bioinformaticians and pave the way for real solutions.
Participants will hear (and possibly give) a broad range of short, engaging talks to sample today’s most thought-provoking bioinformatics hurdles in medicine and biology—and then proceed to solve these problems together.
To register for this event, please send an email to Lisa.vanUden@radboudumc.nl
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