OmicsLogic Workshop on Computational Biology & Biomedical Data Science

 industry-driven omicslogic training & research 

Advances in sequencing and computational biology have drastically increased our capability to explore biology through this vast amount of data.  Our understanding of the world of biology is changing due to the many breakthroughs in biotechnology, Agriculture, Infectious diseases research, and other life science research. For beginners and students who are starting with their specialization and are enrolled in degree programs in any of the biology & life sciences, it is indeed quite challenging to stay up to speed with the industry and research. Our team and collaborators are working with faculty and students that make this entire process of getting up to the speed of showing your potential and contributing as citizen scientists very easy. This process starts with this workshop designed to introduce students from all backgrounds to the intersection of biology and data science, we call it Omics Logic. 

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This Omicslogic workshop is designed for anyone interested, including beginners that do not have a background in bioinformatics. Basic Biology understanding and biochemistry and biotechnology background are preferable. The students who are completing both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees and diplomas in the basic medical sciences, and specializations such as Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Microbiology, Biomedical Sciences, Pharmacy, Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology, Biological Sciences, Medical laboratory science, Environmental Health science, and other related Health Sciences, Molecular biology and Genomics, and Agricultural science. 

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The Omics Logic workshop is a great fit for students & faculty who can translate knowledge and skills gained into their teaching and research. 


CGC Workshop

Get ready to explore the easiest paths craved by the experts to take you through industry-driven omicslogic training & research. In this workshop, which is designed for students and beginners in bioinformatics we will learn about Big Data in Biology using OmicsLogic Learn and practice hands-on data analysis on the user-friendly and logical data analysis interface using the T-Bioinfo Platform


Complete Schedule of all the Live sessions

Omics Logic Workshop based Hands-on Training-2021


Day 1

Day 2

10:45 AM - 11:00 AM  

Orientation to the workshop

Review of Day-1 

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Introduction to NGS (Genomics, Transcriptomics, Metagenomics), Mapping on genome, transcriptome & database and overview of NGS project example pipelines 

Statistical Analysis: Exploratory analysis & hypothesis testing, T-test & ANOVA, Downstream analysis: DEGs, Somatic mutations, Beta diversity, RMSDs in 3D macromolecules   


Interaction with the mentors 

Interaction with the mentors 

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Understanding the different analysis methods and outputs (Table of expression, Mutations & Variants, Operational taxonomic units)

Machine Learning - Supervised and unsupervised methods (Clustering, Classification & Deep Learning)

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Application of NGS (TCGA PDX, Human Microbiome Projects) EMBL Alphafold repositories and structural repositories (Translational and Industrial applications, Omicslogic Student projects)  

Downstream analysis: Pathway analysis GSEA, Driver & Passenger mutations in Cancer, Functional prediction for 16S Ribosomal RNA  


15 minutes break 

15 minutes break 

04:00 PM - 5:00 PM 

Cheminformatics application & case study 

Upcoming Opportunities (Internships & Jobs) 

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM 

Break out sessions (ML of drug efficacy, biomarkers in cancer, Alphafold, and protein structures

Vote of thanks 


Prerequisites for attending this workshop

The candidates should join the workshop with laptops with a decent Internet connection for the online meeting, demonstration, and hands-on experience.


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(Students can also find all the program-related information and schedules here on the program page)

  • Three payment levels have been defined on the page, which the students can pick from based on the number of months they would like to take the training for 4
    - Beginners - $15 (Rs. 1,100)
    - Intermediate  - $30 (Rs. 2,200)
    - Advanced - $45 (Rs. 3,300)
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Mentors & Experts for Omics Logic CGC RISE Workshop

Dr.Harpreet KaurHarpreet Kaur, Ph.D. (Omicslogic mentor & NGS expert)

Dr.Harpreet Kaur has completed her Ph.D. in Bioinformatics from the Bioinformatics Centre, CSIR-Institute of Microbial Technology, Chandigarh, India, and JNU, New Delhi, India. Her Doctoral Research is focused on the Domain of Cancer Genomics; specifically, “Computer-aided the identification of genetic biomarkers for predicting liver cancer and its prognosis”.

She has nearly 7 years of Research Experience and 1 year of teaching experience. She has received her Master’s Degree in Molecular Biology & Biochemistry from the G.N.D.U. Amritsar, Punjab, India. Her core field of research is Cancer Genomics and Machine learning. She has an expertise in the application of statistical, Machine learning techniques on Biomedical data, and the development of Prediction tools and Databases. Her current research interests are in the areas of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Cancer Genomics, Biomarker Discovery, Database development on different aspects of human health. Harpreet has published 20 Research Articles in peer-reviewed International Journals and pre-prints, 2 Research. Abstracts in International Journals and presented some of her Research papers at International Conferences. She has 200+ citations on Google Scholar. She has received the EASL-Young Investigator Full Bursary Award from the European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) to present her Research in The Digital-International Liver Congress 2020. She has received the “INSc-Young Researcher/Achiever Award-2020” from the Institute of Scholars (InSc), Bengaluru, India. She is currently a member of various scientific societies like EASL, BioClues, APBioNet, InSc. She has received CSIR-Fellowship from the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, India for her Doctoral Research. She has qualified for various national level exams like CSIR-JRF-NET, CSIR-NET, GATE-2012, GATE-2013.

Dr. Raghavendran Lakshminarayanan

Ragavendran Lakshminarayan, Ph.D. (Omics Logic Bioinformatics Mentor & Research Consultant)

Dr. Raghavendran Lakshminarayanan is an accomplished computational biologist with more than 4 years of research experience in subjects/areas like multi-omics data analysis and data science methods in precision oncology, and protein/DNA structural bioinformatics. With a strong background in Biophysics and Bioinformatics, he earned his Ph.D. in computational biology from the Max-Planck Institute, Germany. He has published many research papers in high-impact international peer-reviewed journals. Prior to joining Omics Logic as Research Consultant and Bioinformatics Mentor, he served as the lead postdoctoral research scientist at the Jawaharlal Nehru University and worked on an Indo-French collaborative project on “Developing Machine Learning Models for Precision Oncology”. In the course of his research career spanning over 15 years, he has worked in large-scale analysis of a wide variety of big data ranging from public/private patient data on cancer biology, plant sequence data, and protein structure data. Proficient in using Python and R for Bioinformatics, he suffers from a presumably healthy addiction to computer programming and data analytics and is familiar with a variety of paradigms and their associated toolkits. He is equally captivated by life sciences, specifically focusing on translational approaches to understand cancer biology and neurological disorders. He has been an enthusiastic mentor to several research students and is also experienced in tutoring computer programming courses for graduate students and working professionals. 


Dr. Mohit Mazumder

Mohit Mazumder, Ph.D. (Omics Logic Project Mentor & Structural Biology Expert)

Dr. Mohit Mazumder has over 12 years of research & industry experience. He completed a Masters in Bioinformatics from Jamia Millia Islamia and a Ph.D. in computational biology & chemistry from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). He is an expert in machine learning in application to biomedical & chemical data. His core expertise is in Structural biology, Computational modeling of biological systems, and protein dynamics using long-range molecular dynamics simulation. Dr. Mazumder is a co-author in 32 international peer-reviewed research articles, 3 Book chapters, and numerous international conferences. He has been instrumental in developing Bioinformatics facilities at the School of Life Science, JNU, and is a recipient of multiple awards, including the Indo-Shastri award (Govt of India), Nvidia GPU award, Fujitsu, and others. He has 5 years of teaching experience working as a TA in JNU teaching Bioinformatics to M.Sc. & Ph.D. students. He is currently heading the Global Business Development Director for Pine Biotech, USA, and contributing to Marketing & Sales as well as mentoring participants from various programs. His responsibilities include - Education Curriculum Development, Research Project Mentor, Bioinformatics & Data Science Course Development. Dr. Mohit is contributing to the development of multi-university and company collaborations leading to more than 30 International Bioinformatics & Data Science Training Programs helping the global community of Scientists, Researchers, Faculty, and Staff from Asia, Africa & USA.   

Renuka Sharma, Ph.D. (CGC Program coordinator)

Dr. Renuka Sharma is Asst. Professor of Virology in the Department of Research, Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Mohali, India. She was awarded a Ph.D. (Virology) from Amity University and worked with international and national eminent virologists. She is elected as a fellow of the Indian Virological Society. She was conferred with many travel grants awards from ICAR for participating in national conferences and was invited as a speaker in the USA, Paris, and many other countries. She has also done R&D work in the biotech and stem cell industries. Dr. Renuka is also a part of ‘Atal Community Innovation Centre’. She has submitted a number of research projects to national agencies including DST, DBT, INSA, SERB, ICMR. She has delivered many free pieces of training and webinars for students during pandemic COVID-19. She has more than 8 national and international publications, one book in her account. Recently she was awarded the Young Scientist Award by InSc, Bengaluru. She has published more than 5 patents.

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