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Intermediate Python for Bioinformatics 2020 (InPyBio-20)

Why Take InPyBio-20?

  • Live classes and 1:1 sessions ensure students aren't stuck teaching themselves; hyper-relevant content ensures everything students learn is engaging.
  • Students can leverage CodeStories—an interactive, project-based learning platform—to practice their skills outside of class.
  • Biology will never have less data than it does today; InPyBio-20 will teach you how to analyze that data.

When is it?

  • InPyBio-20 begins Monday, June 15 and ends Friday, August 8.
  • Classes will be held on Mondays and Thursdays, 6:30-7:30PM PST.
  • 1:1 sessions will be scheduled each week.

Who should register?

  • Do you need to quickly improve your bioinformatics skills? InPyBio-20 will teach you what you need to know.
  • Is your team increasingly bottlenecked by analysis tasks? Contact us and learn how we can help.

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Hi, I'm Dr. Jessime Kirk! I'm a Bioinformatics Engineer living in San Francisco. Teaching this course is one of my favorite activities each year!

Instructor Background

  • BS in Biochemistry
  • PhD in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
  • Worked on the Cloud Health team at Google
  • Currently building diagostic genomics assays at Invitae
  • Fourth year teaching InPyBio and lead developer of CodeStories
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See the CodeStories Platform

A quick demonstration of the CodeStories platform.

What Past Users Are Saying

CodeStories provided valuable skills that make my research more efficient and reproducible.

- Joe McGirr [CodeStories Student 2019]

I loved level 3 so much I literally hugged my computer!

- Chelsea Gustafson [CodeStories Student 2017]

CodeStories was a great way to teach students...much better than lectures.

- Wes Crouse [CodeStories Instructor 2017]

Meet the team →

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