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Marine Evolutionary Biology - from genes to ecosystems

Under this heading CeMEB will offer a series of Advanced Courses for PhD students and postdocs.The plan is to run a course every year, starting with 2011.

Marine evolutionary biology is a research field in rapid development. Main drivers are new and extremely cost-effective sequencing technologies (pyrosequencing, etc.) and by that possibilities to work with "wild" models from any ecosystem, together with the predicted threats to any population of a rapidly changing environment. Marine ecosystems will be affected by changes in temperature, salinity, pH and increased contaminations of various toxins, among other threats, and there is now increased awareness that we need to attract research to these issues.

CeMEB involves leading researchers in marine evolutionary biology, and in addition, has a comprehensive network linking top researchers in this field from all over the world. The main idea is to benefit from this competence and the excellent Sven Lovén infrastructure to run advanced courses for young scientists and students (postdocs, research students, and qualified master students) in various subjects of marine evolutionary biology.

The most important goals of these courses will be the following:

  • Train students in state-of-the-art research in marine evolutionary biology.
  • Create new professional contacts among students, among teachers, and among students and teachers.
     
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CeMEB Advanced course 2017

An introduction to bioinformatic tools for population
genomic data analysis. 

6-10 November 2017

Venue: Lovén Centre Tjärnö

Conveener: Pierre De Wit

Deadline for registration is September 15th 2017

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