NGS Training organized by ecSeq Bioinformatics

ecSeq provides bioinformatics trainings covering the analyses of different high-throughput sequencing experiments. Our customers include large research organisations such as the Max-Planck Institute and the Helmholtz Centre, universities, hospitals, as well as large biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies.

Since 2012 we run public workshops which are continually improved by integrating ideas and suggestions from our participants. This steady feedback loop with our customers helps the workshops stay current with evolving user expectations in next-generation sequencing data analysis.

Would you like to know more about our upcoming public NGS workshops? Then please do not hesitate to contact us.

Public NGS workshops

  • predesigned courses designed and given by experts in the field
  • covering all major NGS research fields
  • great networking possibility
  • best price-performance ratio

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On-Site Bioinformatics Courses

  • personalized courses designed and given by experts in the field
  • customer decides
    • which topics are to be included
    • the level/speed of the course
    • the location of the workshop (On-/Off-Site)
  • best possible learning curve

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"Good resume of the last technologies and applications. Definitly will improve the comunication with our bioinformatics colleagues for perfom the proper analysis and understanding of the data. Thanks for an intensive but nice course." Susana Gonzalez Fernandez-Nino, Bayer Crop Science, Germany

"Very valuable workshop which improved my bioinformatics understanding a lot and provided interesting aspects, I will put more focus on while analyzing our own data." Corinna Streitner, KWS Saat AG, Germany

"Excellently prepared and performed workshop. A lot of information provided." Jakub Mrazek, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

"As a wet lab biologist, I have been dabbling in analysing my RNA-seq data myself. This course gave me a lot of context about mapping and differential expression software that I hadn''t been able to grasp on my own. This knowledge will certainly improve the quality of my analyses. Additionally, I learned a lot of handy Linux commands and tricks that make my life a lot easier." Paul Essers, Max-Planck-Institute for the Biology of Ageing, Germany.

"The workshop provided a great introduction into the analysis of NGS data for me as a wet lab biologist. The one day introduction into Linux was an absolute asset. Thanks to the course, I now feel comfortable both to discuss my NGS analysis needs with a bioinformatician more competently, but also to take first steps in NGS analyses myself." Tobias Schmid, Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany.

"Thanks a lot for a very interesting course that significantly improved my knowledge on NGS data analysis." Markus Eszlinger, University of Leipzig, Germany.

"The ECSEQ RNA analysis course is one of the best courses. All the trainers were awesome. Many thanks to all of you." Young Tae Kim, Seoul National University Hospital, South Korea.

"Very good course, perfect for my needs." Michaela Müller-McNicoll, Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany.

"Very efficient training in the basics of dealing with one of the most quickly evolving technologies we have." Maximilian Radtke, Max F. Perutz Laboratories, Austria.

"Very interesting course, learned much about miRNA analysis." Danny Misiak, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany.