The Bologna Winter School is an advanced one week-school on a selected topic that will be given by internationally recognized scientists, group leaders of famous research laboratories in Europe or in non EU countries.

Bologna Winter School 2017
Revisiting Bioinformatics Foundations

Bologna Winter School 2016
In Silico Markers for Precision Medicine

Bologna Winter School 2015
NGS data, Bioinformatics and New Molecular Scenarios

Bologna Winter School 2014
Bioinformatics for Biological Complexity

Bologna Winter School 2013
Bioinformatics and Epigenomics

Bologna Winter School 2012
Proteins and their variants: structure and function prediction

Bologna Winter School 2011
Deep Sequencing Data Analysis: a challenge for personalized medicine

Bologna Winter School 2010
Computational Methods for System Biology

Bologna Winter School 2009
Machine Learning and Computational Biology: New paradigms for a new science

Bologna Winter School 2008
Grand Challenges in Computational Biology: New developments for solving the unsolved problems of Computational Biology

Bologna Winter School 2007
Bioinformatics for Systems and Synthetic Biology: New approaches and algorithms to cope with the future of Biological Science

Bologna Winter School 2006
Applied Bioinformatics: The test case of the Human Genome?

Bologna Winter School 2005
How Complex is Functional Genomics?

Bologna Winter School 2004
The State of the Art of Protein-Protein Interaction Networks: the role of the "in silico" approach

Bologna Winter School 2003
Hot Topics in Structural Genomics

Bologna Winter School 2002
Predicting the 3D Structure of Difficult Proteins

Bologna Winter School 2001
In Silico Biomolecular Recognition

BOSS'99 (BOlogna Summer School)
Protein Sequence Analysis in the Genomic Era