2017-07

  • GIS for Public Health short course
    10 Jul, 2017 to 14 Jul, 2017
    St Mary's Campus
    Imperial College London
    Norfolk Place
    London
    W21PG
    United Kingdom
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    The Small Area Health Statistics Unit runs again its highly successful workshop on GIS for Public Health. The course offers an introduction to GIS and how it is used in public health and epidemiological research. You will learn how to use GIS to prepare and analyse data for studies of environment and health, use GIS to assess exposures to environmental pollution, and explore and analyse patterns and spread of disease.

    Specific skills and tools will be introduced in relation to assessing exposure to a range of environmental risks, and a particular focus will be given to methods for linking geographical and health data for epidemiological studies and health risk assessment. Please contact the course directors Daniela Fecht (d.fecht@imperial.ac.uk) and John Gulliver (j.gulliver@imperial.ac.uk) for more information.

    A full programme and details on how to register, please go to http://www.imperial.ac.uk/school-public-health/study/short-courses/gis-for-public-health/

  • Surf 64: Advanced OMIC Profiling and Integration
    10 Jul, 2017 to 21 Jul, 2017
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    After three successful editions of the Stat-XP short course and in response to the positive and constructive evaluations we received from the ~100 attendees, we have decided to organise a 10-day summer school to be held from July 10-to July 21st, in Anglet, Basque Country (France).

    The course will feature:

    - 4 days lecturing on advanced OMIC profiling and integration approaches

    - 6 days group project work using real data.

    More information is provided in the brochure.

    In order to secure the course, we have implemented an early bird registration policy available until May 31st.

    We have also been able to secure flats (limited availability though) in Bayonne’s  student’s residence (€200 for 2 weeks).

    Former Stat-XP/Utrecht MEC course attendees will also benefit from a discount £1,800 registration fee until May 31st.

    For more details, and information on how to register, please visit http://www.imperial.ac.uk/school-public-health/study/short-courses/surf-64/