Working Hours

  • Mon – Fri 8.00am – 5:00 pm
  • Saturday 8.30am – 1:00 pm
  • Sunday closed

At AOBiLab, our comprehensive Bioinformatics training programs encompass a wide range of topics to cater to researchers, scientists, and students. Participants will acquire essential skills in sequence analysis, structural bioinformatics, and data mining. Additionally, our training includes specialized modules on software and algorithm development, empowering trainees to create innovative bioinformatics tools to address specific research needs effectively.

Our Omics training focuses on integrating multi-omics datasets and performing statistical analysis to derive meaningful insights from complex biological data. Participants will gain hands-on experience in applying advanced statistical methods to omics datasets, enabling them to draw robust conclusions and make informed decisions in their research.

 As part of our training, participants will have the opportunity to learn web app development for bioinformatics. They will be guided in creating interactive and user-friendly web applications for data visualization and analysis. This training empowers researchers to disseminate their findings efficiently and facilitate seamless data sharing within the scientific community.

Our specialized training on Proteomics and Metabolomics provides researchers with the skills to analyze mass spectrometry data, identify proteins, and understand metabolite pathways. Participants will also receive training on statistical analysis techniques to interpret complex proteomic and metabolomic datasets accurately.

Participants will delve into the analysis of genomic and transcriptomic data using cutting-edge tools and methodologies. The training covers variant calling, gene expression analysis, and pathway annotation, equipping researchers with the expertise to interpret and utilize high-throughput sequencing data effectively.

In this training, researchers will explore the intricate world of microbial communities through metagenomic analysis. The focus is on characterizing microbial diversity, identifying functional pathways, and understanding the role of the microbiome in health and disease.