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An introduction to bioinformatic tools for population genomic data analysis

When: 6 - 10 October 2017

Were: Lovén Centre Tjärnö Marine Research Station

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This course aims at detailed understanding and hands-on experience of using state of the art bioinformatics pipelines for one"s own biological research questions. An important aspect of the course is to show how genomic data can be applied to address and answer research questions in the fields of genetics, ecology, population biology, biodiversity monitoring and conservation. The students will be trained in the latest bioinformatic methods to analyze high throughput sequencing data, which is present in many research projects. The course will cover basic computing tools required to run command line applications, processing high throughput sequencing data of whole genome / exome / restriction site digested (RAD) DNA for population genomic studies.

The course is limited to 18 graduate students or postdocs. There is no course fee, but students will have to fund their own travel.

Course conveener: Pierre De Wit

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Venue and Accomodation

The course will be held at the
Sven Lovén Centre for
Marine Sciences at Tjärnö


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