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On January 29, 2021, the University of Nairobi’s Centre for Biotechnology and Bioinformatics (CEBIB) was announced as the 1st runners up in the University FY 2019/2020 Performance Contract evaluation (Centres and Institutes category) with a performance score of 2.798. The performance ranking was unveiled at a ceremony presided over by the varsity Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Stephen Kiama.
On Wednesday, December 2, 2020; seven CEBIB first-year postgraduate students participated in hands-on training on Molecular biology techniques for DNA and protein extraction and quantification that was hosted at Kenya Agricultural Livestock Research Organization's Veterinary Research Institute labs (KALRO-VSRI, Muguga).
In this month's webinar topic "Bioinformatics" hosted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte's (UNCC) Bioinformatics Research Center; Dr. George O. Obiero (Director, University of Nairobi's Centre for Biotechnology and Bioinformatics - CEBIB) and Lunayo Accadius (MSc Bioinformatics, CEBIB) will be presenting on "Exploring and Utilizing of Translational Bioinformatics in Animal Health in Sub-Saharan Africa". Daniel Janies, Ph.D. from UNCC will provide insights on "Understanding the origins of and countermeasures to SARS-CoV-2 and other human Coronaviruses".
Interested candidates are invited to apply/re-apply for the scholarship through online application portal: https://gandhi.uonbi.ac.ke from Monday, August 3, 2020.
A non-refundable application fee of Kenya Shillings two thousand only (KShs. 2,000) will be charged to be paid through MPESA services; see poster for details.
At the University of Nairobi's Center for Biotechnology and Bioinformatics, we are committed to training on skills for excelling in science.
Please fill this registration form and come learn the tips on Effective Science Communication from an expert:
Prof. Nicki Tiffin, University of Cape Town.
The 1-hour webinar will start promptly at 12 pm ( EAT), August 28, 2020.
The University of Nairobi's Centre for Biotechnology and Bioinformatics would like to encourage all September 2020 intake applicants who meet the scholarship eligibility criteria to apply, refer to the advertisement for details.
Applications can be sent to the Director, Centre for Biotechnology and Bioinformatics via the email: email@example.com
R is a versatile open-source software not only for data scientists but also for other research scientists. Unlike the previous years where we hosted on-site hands-on R-software training in the University of Nairobi's Centre for Biotechnology and Bioinformatics - Bioinformatics lab, this year, we will host a webinar on the various applications of R software in data science.
Our facilitator's this year are Kelvin Muteru (PhD Bioinformatics fellow) and Charles Ndegwa; the session will be moderated by Dr. Roseline Macharia.