Introduction to
Protein Structure Bioinformatics 2004

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Practical organisation

The course is held in a one-week session, and requires full-time attendance during this week. Lodgings and meals are organized for students unable to commute from their places of residence. The locale is the Biozentrum of the University of Basel. The Biozentrum can be conveniently reached by public transportation or by car (see below).
Sessions runs from 9:00 to 18:00 approximately, with a lunch break. As a general rule, each half-day consist of a theoretical introduction of 90-120min, while the rest is spent doing practical exercises under the supervision of the course staff.
The course is free of charge to all academic participants and supported by the Swiss Committee for Molecular Biology. We have currently no funding to give support to the participants, but we might offer partial reimbursement of travel expenses to students from the swiss Universities or other swiss academic institutions.
 

Location, housing and transportation

The course will be held in room 105 and room 103 of the Biozentrum. Travel information how to reach the Biozentrum can be found here.
The city map link of Biozentrum is available here.

Housing will be arranged at the Hostel of the Kantonspital Basel, which is located close to the Biozentrum.

The address of the Hostel is:
Mittlere Strasse 39
CH-4056 Basel
Phone: 061 265 22 88
Fax: 061 265 22 89

To get to the Hotel from the Basel SBB train station (arrivals from Switzerland), take:
- Tram Nr. 1 (direction "Badischer Bahnhof ") to the "Bankverein" stop, then Tram Nr. 3 (direction "Burgfelden Grenze") to the "Spalentor" stop; OR
- Tram Nr. 1 (direction "Dreirosenbrücke") to the "Schützenhaus" stop, then Bus Nr. 33 (direction "Badischer Bahnhof") to the "Bernoullianum" stop;

To get to the Hotel from the train station Badischer Bahnhof (arrivals from Germany), take Bus Nr. 33 (direction "Wanderstrasse") to the "Bernoullianum" stop.
The city map link of the Hostel is available here.

Course staff


Technical aspects

The number of participants is limited by the number of assistants and by the number of workstations available in the classroom. Every effort is made to ensure that the skills acquired during the course can be used at any academic site.