GOBLET is a global foundation that encompasses diverse Bioinformatics, Biocomputing, Biocuration and Computational Biology (B3CB) communities. One of its main missions is to promote links and cooperation amongst trainers and trainees in these inter-related disciplines across the world.
Established in 2012, the foundation accepts applications from:
Membership fees are due annually, payable at the beginning of the year. Two categories of membership are currently open to individuals:
Four categories of membership are currently open to organisations:
Details of prices and how to join are given in the Table below. Please note that we are able to offer a discount to individual members or organisational/institutional members residing in low- and middle-income countries, based on the World Bank classification. Please contact email@example.com for details. In addition, if you would like to register for multiple years, the cost is the number of years times the one year membership rate for your level of membership. You can do this online by entering the number of years for which you wish to join in the Qty (Quantity) field in the Shopping cart. You can also request a invoice by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer the option to pay online as a convenience. The preferred method of payment, however, is direct transfer of funds as this method incurs few, if any, additional fees. Please contact email@example.com for bank account information.
On joining GOBLET as a Contributor or Member, you will become part of the global bioinformatics, biocuration, biocomputing and computational biology training community, with access to a network experienced in developing successful courses and training materials.
You need to be a member and sign in to be able to renew your membership. Once logged in, please review the information in the Membership Application table below, select the level of membership at which you would like to renew, and proceed to the shopping cart.
If you don't wish to become a full member of the GOBLET consortium, you may become a contributor. Simply create an account and share your teaching resources with the community.