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Data analytics skills are in high demand in clinical research and treatment development, though most bioinformatics education courses focus on technical issues rather than the bigger picture of big data and its potential to change the way we view disease and treatment discovery. Learning how to run bioinformatic analysis is costly with the high prices of courses through a university or online education program – not to mention the countless hours which must be devoted to learning coding languages, scripts, and downloading software packages. The result is an approach to bioinformatics which ignores biology.
Our online educational modules are different – applying our algorithms and visualization tools to real publically available molecular data. Through our user-friendly visual interface cloud platform, T-BioInfo, we bypass the technical investment of education in bioinformatics. The T-bioInfo platform simplifies the computational approach to allow scientists from all backgrounds to move forward in the world of big data. “Analyzing large datasets can be a challenge for molecular biologists.” Said Dr. Christian Pfaller of the Cattaneo Lab in the Mayo Clinic. “T-Bio provides a comprehensive platform with a user-friendly graphical interface that allows a wide range of NGS algorithms.”
The online courses developed by Pine Biotech in collaboration with the Tauber Bioinformatics Research Center and other faculty, are centered on eliminating the disconnect between data gathering and data analysis by training professionals and students alike in bioinformatic analysis using the T-BioInfo platform.