Centre for Genomic Regulation
Organizer: Heinz Himmelbauer
The goal of this course is to provide young scientists i.e. PhD students and junior postdocs who already have some NGS experience with advanced training in NGS lab methods and data analysis strategies.
This course will give an overview on current and emerging high-throughput sequencing technologies. Practical work and data analysis will focus on the Illumina sequencing platform. Methods covered will include genomic sequencing, exome sequencing, RNA-Seq, ChIP-Seq, and others. Analysis strategies will be explored using test data sets to perform e.g. de novo sequence assembly, variant analysis, and ChIP-seq peak calling.
Duration of course: 4.5 days
Preliminary Schedule is available here
- Sarah Bonnin, CRG, Barcelona, Spain
- Debayan Datta, CRG, Barcelona, Spain
- Juliane Dohm, CRG, Barcelona, Spain
- Anna Ferrer, CRG, Barcelona, Spain
- Irene González, CRG, Barcelona, Spain
- Heinz Himmelbauer, CRG, Barcelona, Spain
- Manuela Hummel, CRG, Barcelona, Spain
- André Minoche, CRG, Barcelona, Spain
- Magda Montfort, CRG, Barcelona, Spain
We only accept online registration. Registration is now closed.
The number of participants is limited to 12. The positions are open to candidates from institutes worldwide. Priority will be given to participants familiar with basic lab techniques, Linux and with working from the command line.
General registration fee:
- Academic: 350 EUR
- Industry: 500 EUR
Registration includes participation in workshop, all the necessary tools to follow the course, didactic material, coffee breaks and lunches.
Registration for this course closed on Friday August 23rd, 2013. Candidates will be selected based on their motivation and on relevance of the teaching material to their research project. Selected participants will be contacted by email by August 30th.
Dr. Aiguader 88
CRG - Centre for Genomic Regulation
Dr. Aiguader, 88
08003 Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Tel.: +34 93 316 03 75