I had a good time learning new a thing, honing previously gained skill and more importantly, conquering my fears. I am happy I stayed till the end of the workshop and I am sure that I am more prepared for the next phase of my career.
Now in University of Oklahoma, USA
The explanations in the video tutorials were lucid and direct. There was also excellent organization of the tasks. The mentors were highly supportive.
Now in University of Semmelweis, Hungary
It was really inclusive. I liked that the mentors were always available to respond to questions, comments, and anything at all. I would say that's the highlight of the workshop for me.
Now in University of Queensland, Australia
It was a very engaging and informative experience that has given me a better understanding of genomic data analysis.
Now in 54gene, Nigeria
The workshop was awesome. I learnt a lot, and I have started getting big opportunities to implement them abroad.
Now in OmicsChart
It was eye-opening workshop that gave me the insight of how to use BaSh language to analyze genomic data. The skills are really what is needed out there.
Now in University of Derby
Had the privilege of being part of the first hackbio program, the skills I learnt and exposure came through during my PhD applicaitions
Now in Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Switzerland
The genomics track of the internship was a dealmaker for me. I have secured a research jobs at 2 startups even before starting my PhD.
Now in University of Massachusets
My HackBio experience (and preprint) was my leverage for an interesting conversation with my interview with my Graduate School Admission Team.
Now in University of Bristol UK
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