Home Bioinformatics Support Hub Training


Peer-to-Peer Teaching

Share your knowledge and gain experience by teaching a class or workshop on subjects related to data manipulation/analysis, visualization or experimental design at the Medical Library! Fill out this form if you are interested. 

A peer-to-peer training session in the medical library's instruction classroom

These sessions present an opportunity for those who teach to acquire professional development skills in teaching as documented in our paper: Peer Teaching as Bioinformatics Training Strategy: Incentives, Challenges, and Benefits,

We are looking for sessions on:

  • Image analysis methodologies (ImageJ, MatLab, Photoshop, etc)
  • Omics analysis in (R, Python, bash, etc)
  • Biomedical Data analysis using the clusters
  • Biomedical Data manipulation (R, Python, etc)
  • Statistical analysis software (R, Prism, SPSS, SAS, etc)

If you are interested please fill out this form or contact rolando.milian@yale.edu or sofia.fertuzinhos@yale.edu at the Bioinformatic Support Hub!