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Courses

2017 

6-10 November 2017

CeMEB Advanced course 2017

An introduction to bioinformatic tools for population genomic data analysis, Tjärnö

Course convener: Pierre De Wit



Previous courses:

2016(4), 2015(2), 2014(5), 2013(7), 2012(2), 2011(4), 2010(1)

2017

5 February - 31 March 2017
Career Control for Researchers - Web-based training in career planning at CeMEB

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Coordinator: Eva Marie Rödström


10 January - 11 April 2017
PhD course - Evolutionary Behavioral Ecology, edited by Westneat & Fox, 2010, Oxford University Press

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Coordinator: Lotta Kvarnemo



2016

21-26 August 2016
PhD course: Meta-analysis in Biology and Environmental Sciences, Tjärnö

Course convener: Gunilla Toth

Teachers: 
Jessica Gurevitch, Stony Brook University, USA
Julia Koricheva, University of London

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November 2016 - Spring 2017
PhD litterature circle - Eco-evolutionary Dynamics: Andrew P. Hendry (2017)

Coordinator: Ola Svensson 


7 - 11 November 2016
PhD course: An introduction to bioinformatic tools for metagenetic and population genomic data analysis

Course conveners: 
Sarah Bourlat and Pierre De Wit

Deadline for application September 15th, 2016

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20 - 25 November 2016

CeMEB Advanced Course: Marine Evolution under Climate Change

Course conveners:
Sam Dupont and Piero Calosi

Deadline for application: September 5th 2016

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2015

CeMEB Advanced course: Marine evolution under climate change, 4th edition
13 - 19 December 2015, Kristineberg

Course conveners:

  • Sam Dupont, Dept Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Gothenburg
  • Piero Calosi, Université du Québec à Rimouski (UQAR), Canada

An introduction to bioinformatic tools for population genomic and metagenetic data analysis
2-6 November 2015, Tjärnö

Course conveners:
Pierre De Wit, Dept Marine Sciences, University of Gothenburg
Mats Töpel, Dept Marina Sciences, University of Gothenburg
Sarah Bourlat, Dept Marine Sciences, University of Gothenburg


2014

CeMEB Advanced course: Marine evolution under climate change
1 - 6 December 2014, Kristineberg

Course conveners:
Sam Dupont, Dept Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Gothenburg
Piero Calosi, Université du Québec à Rimouski (UQAR), Canada


Telomeres - in aging, rejuvenation and fitness
24-30 November, 2014, Gothenburg
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Course conveners: Helen Nilsson Sköld and Bethanie Carney Almroth


Metagenetic and population genomic data analysis pipelines: a hands on workshop for high throughput sequencing data analysis
3-7 November 2014, Tjärnö
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Course conveners: Sarah Bourlat and Pierre De Wit 


Meta-analysis in Biological and Environmental Sciences
3-7 November 2014, Lovén Centre for Marine Sciences - Tjärnö
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Course convener: Gunilla Toth


CeMaCE advanced course in structure elucidation2014-10-06 - 2014-10-13, Lovén Centre for Marine Sciences - Tjärnö
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Course conveners: Erik Selander and Göran Nylund



2013

Literature course: DL Hartl, AG Clark. Principles of population genetics (2007), 5 hp

Course start: February, 17th, 2014.
Course duration: 10 weeks (10 chapters).
Course form: meetings every Monday, to discuss one chapter.
Course leaders: Anna Godhe and Marina Panova

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CeMEB Advanced courses 2013
This year CeMEB offered two Advanced courses:

17-23 November, Lovén Centre Kristineberg:
Favorite re-visited: Marine Evolution under climate change.
Course convener: Sam Dupont

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24-30 November, Lovén Centre Tjärnö:
New course: Marine Genomics 
Course conveners: Carl André and Anders Blomberg


An introduction to bioinformatic tools for metagenetic and population genomic data analysis.

Course for PhD students and postdocs

4-8 November, Medicinarberget, Gothenburg.

Conveners: Sara Bourlat and Pierre De Wit


Course in Metabolomics - International course for PhD students, postdocs and master students.

7-11 October, Lovén Centre Tjärnö, Sweden

Do you work, or want to work with metabolomics? This intensive course in mass spectrometry based metabolomics targets the complete procedure, from experimental design and data acquisition to post processing and statistical analysis. A mixture of lectures and hands-on experience guided by international experts will help you develop your metabolomics skills. The course is intended for PhD students and Post Docs. Priority will be given to students in chemical ecology, but applications from other disciplines are also welcome. The course is held by the Center for Marine Chemical Ecology at Lovén Centre Tjärnö on the Swedish West Coast.

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Schedule

Participants


English for Research
Web based course for PhD Students by Rowena Janson
Starts 18 October 2012 with a physical meeting in Gothenburg, ending in March 2013.

Presentation of English for Scientific Research

Schedule

Participants


Writing a Scientific Paper
CeMEB Course for PhD students, by Kerstin Johannesson and Eva Marie Rödström

  • 12 September 2012
  • 5 November 2012
  • 4 December 2012
  • 23 January 2013
  • 21 February 2013

ScheduleParticipants


2012

CeMEB Advanced Courses:
Marine Evolutionary Biology - from genes to ecosystems.

Theme 2012: Marine evolution under climate change

International course for PhD students, postdocs and master students. 19 - 23rd November 2012, Kristineberg, Sweden


Experimental Design & Data Analysis for Marine Biologists
A course designed for PhD-students

20 - 31 August 2012

Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Sciences - Tjärnö
University of Gothenburg, Strömstad, Sweden

Lecturers:
Professor Gerry Quinn, Deakin University, Australia
Professor Jon Havenhand, University of Gothenburg

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2011

Working with images in science
Course for PhD-students by Fredrik Pleijel, Dept Marine Ecology, University of Gothenburg
12th December, Lovén Centre - Tjärnö



CeMEB Advanced Courses:
Marine Evolutionary Biology - from genes to ecosystems.

Theme 2011: Marine evolution - patterns and processess

International course for PhD students, postdocs and master students. 21 - 25th November 2011, Tjärnö, Sweden


Presentation Technique

Course for PhD-students by Sarai Palmlöf, Aeropagen AB
31 March - 1 April, Botanhuset Göteborg (Sal 9)
 


How to write applications
Course for PhD-students by Kerstin Johannesson and Eva Marie Rödström.

  • 1 February, Göteborg

  • 14 February, Göteborg

  • 29 March, Tjärnö
     


2010

Experimental Design & Data Analysis for Marine Biologists
A course designed for PhD-students

4 - 13 August 2010

Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Sciences - Tjärnö
University of Gothenburg, Strömstad, Sweden

Lecturers:

  • Professor Gerry Quinn, Deakin University, Australia

  • Professor Ralph Mac Nally, Monash University, Australia

  • Professor Jon Havenhand, University of Gothenburg
     

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