The Biomedical Informatics research group is involved in the teaching of the courses listed below.


Spring co​urses:

The bioinformatics algorithms course (10 credits, full semester):

  • INF4350

Two variants (master and PhD) of a new intensive NORBIS course (5 credits, 2 weeks):

  • INF5380
  • INF9380

The course is primarily aimed at NORBIS PhD students, others may be admitted if there is room. This course is only given every other year (2016, 2018, ...).


    Autumn courses:

    The introductory object-oriented programming course (10 credits, full semester):

    • INF1000

    Two variants (master and PhD) of the high-throughput sequencing course (10 credits, 3 weeks):

    • INF-BIO5121 (Wiki)
    • INF-BIO9121 (Wiki)

    Two variants (master and PhD) of the applied bioinformatics course (10 credits, 5 weeks):


    Recommended courses for Master students in Biomedical Informatics can be found under the description of the programme structure for the 2-year master's programme in Informatics: Technical and Scientific Applications.

    Published Oct. 2, 2013 10:39 AM - Last modified Nov. 28, 2016 1:00 PM