The two days’ online workshop is designed to provide participants with practical insights into leveraging bioinformatics tools and techniques to enhance the efficiency of vaccine design, analysis, and validation. Join us to explore the intersection of computational biology and immunology, gaining valuable skills that are crucial in navigating the intricate landscape of vaccine discovery. Elevate your understanding of bioinformatics applications in this vital area and contribute to advancing global health.

  • Skill Enhancement: Engaging in this online workshop will empower students with practical skills in bioinformatics, enabling them to navigate and analyze biological data specific to vaccine development. This hands-on experience will enhance their technical proficiency and proficiency in relevant tools.
  • Industry-Relevant Knowledge: As bioinformatics continues to play a key role in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors, participating in this workshop will provide students with industry-relevant knowledge, making them more competitive and attractive to potential employers in the field of vaccine development.
  • Global Perspective: The workshop offers a global perspective by addressing current challenges and trends in vaccine development. Students will gain insights into international efforts, fostering a broader understanding of the global impact of their work.

The course will provide participants with the knowledge and skills they need to collaborate effectively in bioinformatics, and to contribute to innovative research projects.

In coming month few more online workshops are planned focusing on:
  • Basics in bioinformatics
  • Drug discovery,
  • Microarray data analysis,
  • Protein structure prediction validation
  • Protein characterization using in-silico methods
  • Linux for biologist
  • Protein visualization software
  • Protein-protein interaction

The participant of the training will be able to:

  • Understanding Immunological Concepts: Gain a comprehensive understanding of key immunological concepts, including antigen-antibody interactions, immune response pathways, and the role of different immune cells in the context of infectious diseases.
  • Proficiency in vaccine designing Tools: Acquire hands-on experience with immunoinformatics tools and software, enabling participants to analyze immunological data, predict epitopes, and perform other computational tasks essential for vaccine design and immunotherapy.
  • Application of Bioinformatics in Vaccine Development: Develop the ability to apply bioinformatics approaches to vaccine development, including the identification of potential antigens, prediction of T-cell and B-cell epitopes, and analysis of immune response data.
  • Data Interpretation Skills: Enhance skills in interpreting and analyzing immunological data generated through various bioinformatics tools, contributing to a deeper understanding of the immune system's response to pathogens and the design of effective interventions.
  • Integration of Computational and Experimental Approaches: Learn how to integrate computational approaches with experimental methods in immunology, fostering a holistic understanding of the synergy between laboratory experiments and computational predictions in the field of immunoinformatics.
  • Problem-Solving in Immunoinformatics Challenges: Develop problem-solving skills in addressing challenges specific to immunoinformatics, such as handling large-scale datasets, addressing variability in immune responses, and optimizing predictions for real-world applications.
  • Students, working professional, Experienced Scientists /Research fellows (Universities & other R&D institutions) with specialization in Biotechnology, Botany, Zoology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Genetics, Bioinformatics, Biomedical sciences, Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Computational biology, computational chemistry, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, and other life science areas are suitable for this training.

Course content

  • One-hour theory on introducing immuno-informatics its application in vaccine development research and development.
  • One hour hands on session on:
    Antigenic proteome selection
  • Prediction and assessment of CTL epitopes
  • Prediction and assessment of HTL epitopes

  • Two-hours session on:
    Epitope conservancy analysis
  • Molecular docking studies between T lymphocyte epitopes and MHC alleles
  • Prediction of population coverage
  • Tertiary structure modelling and validation Molecular docking analysis of the vaccine peptide


Participant competency will be assessed on MCQs based exam. 50% score is required to pass the exam. Passing the exam is mandatory for the training Certificate.


29-30 April 2024 at 02 PM till 04 PM


4 hours, interactive sessions on Zoom. Each session is comprised of 2 hours conducted on two consecutive days.


PKR 20000 per participant for Baqai Student and Faculty
PKR 3000 for others

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Furrukh Zaman (Associate Professor & Director BIIT)
Khalida Naveed (Assistant Professor)
Address III-B-3/17, Nazimabad Karachi, Behind Baqai Hospital Nazimabad
Email Address
Phone Number 0332-2799327