The PGC-Core Facility for Bioinformatics is inviting Filipino college students and young professionals in science and engineering for an online training and internship program in bioinformatics.
The PGC Core Facility for Bioinformatics, together with Noveaulab and PacBio, are conducting a two-day online training workshop on the bioinformatics analysis of 16S metagenomic data using PacBio reads. This event will be held on April 18-19, 2022 (Mon-Tue) at 1:00-5:00 PM. Interested individuals from public and private colleges, universities, and research institutions in the […]
The Philippine Genome Center is facilitating a Bioinformatics Internship Program for incoming and current Grade 11 students of the University of the Philippines Integrated School (UPIS) slated on June 8-19, 2020.
Student applicants must be undergraduate or graduate students in good academic standing, enrolled in a science or engineering course at an accredited college or university in the Philippines. Young professional applicants must have a BS degree in a science or engineering field, and be a researcher and/or faculty member employed at a research or higher education institution in the Philippines.
The program extends to four (4) batches which will be held throughout 2019-2020. The training of the first batch will run from June 17-July 26 , 2019.
March 5-8, 2019 See more about this workshop.
The Philippine Genome Center (PGC) of the University of the Philippines is opening its doors to students and researchers who would like to have the genome of their bacteria of interest sequenced for free. This is a rare opportunity to understand the genetic make up of the bacteria at no cost.
Calling all Grade 11 students from all campuses of the Philippine Science High School System to join PGC’s first Genomics Junior Camp! Visit our website for more information.
The Work Immersion component of the K to 12 Basic Education Program aims to provide Senior High School (SHS) students with opportunities to become familiar with the workplace for employment simulation and to apply their competence in areas of specialization in authentic work environments necessary in preparing them for higher education.
The DSCF team with the Philippine Carabao Center staff (2nd-3rd from L: Gerard Ramos, Shanemae M. Rivera, Excel Rio S. Maylem) who took part in a 3-day training in DNA Extraction and Capillary Sequencing.