10 - 12 January 2014
There have been extensive advancements in structural bioinformatics during the last few years, especially after the sequencing of the human genome. In the post-genomic era, the rapid increase in the number of sequence-known proteins witnessed the availability of possible "drug targets". A large number of methods and tools have been developed which provide the means to exploit the wealth of new informatics in drug discovery approaches.
This workshop will showcase the current developments in the area of Structural Bioinformatics. The objective of the program is to provide participants with an insight into the various aspects of in-silico protein modeling and drug design techniques through guided practical training. The workshop will feature morning lectures, demonstrations with evening hands-on session in Bioinformatics lab.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The participants of the course may be students, research scholars, faculty and industry personnel with background in Life Sciences and/or Information Technology. The workshop is selfcontained and does not assume any special knowledge of the subject.
Besides BISR faculty, eminent guest speakers from renowned Bioinformatics Centres of India will deliver lectures and conduct demonstration on various aspects on Bioinformatics.
HOW TO APPLY
Interested candidates may apply by sending filled application form along with the DD of Rs 2000/- latest by January 1, 2014 to the Convener. The confirmation of participation will be informed through emails only. List of selected participants will be displayed on the website.
- Introduction to Structural Bioinformatics
- Protein Structure Basics
- Structure Databases and Chemical Libraries
- Database Searching Techniques
- Building and Sketching Molecules
- Molecular Visualization Tools
- Protein Structure Prediction
- Homology Modeling of Proteins
- RNA Structure Prediction
- Molecular Docking
- Computer Aided Drug Designing
Searching Structural Databases and Chemical Libraries, Molecular Visualization, Building and Sketching Molecules, Protein Secondary and Tertiary Structure Predictions, Homology Modeling, Molecular docking.
Mini Conference Hall,
Birla Institute of Scientific Research,
Statue Circle, Jaipur 302001
Fee: Rs 2000/- The fee includes course documentation as well as mid-session refreshments and lunch.
NUMBER OF SEATS
Seats are limited to 40 only. This limitation, a unique feature of all BISR seminars, will ensure that participants derive the maximum benefit from the course by enabling them to receive the personal attention of the seminar leaders. Criteria for selection is first-come first-serve.
On-spot registration will available only in condition of availability of seat with late fees and prior information.
Accommodation will be provided on written request to the convener and the participant will bear the cost
In the letter of request kindly mention the details of your arrival and departure.
The charges for accommodation mentioned below are tentative and are subject to availability.
|Dormitory||Rs 75 - 150||Separate for boys & girls student|
|Category A||Rs 1000 - 1500||Shared Room|
|Category B||Rs 1600 - 2000||Shared Room|
|Category C||Rs 2100 - above||Shared Deluxe Room|
MODE OF PAYMENTS
Demand Draft of Rs 2000/- in favor of "The Birla Institute of Scientific Research", payable at "Jaipur".
Dr. P S Solanki
Birla Institute of Scientific Research
Statue circle, Jaipur – 302001, Rajasthan (INDIA)
Tel: 0141-2385094 ext 324 (0) ,Fax: 0141-2385121
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