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  • Final Call: Epigenetics Workshop - DNA Methylation Data Analysis (15-17 Dec 2015)

    DNA Methylation Data Analysis
    How to use bisulfite-treated sequencing to study DNA methylation

    Link to workshop page

    When?
    15 - 17 December 2015

    Where?
    iad Pc-Pool, Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 23, Leipzig, Germany


    Scope and Topics
    The purpose of this workshop is to get a deeper understanding of the use of bisulfite-treated DNA in order to analyze the epigenetic layer of DNA methylation. Advantages and disadvantages of the so-called 'bisulfite sequencing' and its implications on data analyses will be covered. The participants will be trained to understand bisulfite-treated NGS data, to detect potential problems/errors and finally to implement their own pipelines. After this course they will be able to analyze DNA methylation and create ready-to-publish graphics.

    By the end of this workshop the participants will:
    • be familiar with the sequencing method of Illumina
    • understand how bisulfite sequencing works
    • be aware of the mapping problem of bisulfite-treated data
    • understand how bisulfite-treated reads are mapped to a reference genome
    • be familiar with common data formats and standards
    • know relevant tools for data processing
    • automate tasks with shell scripting to create reusable data pipelines
    • perform basic analyses (call methylated regions, perform basic downstream analyses)
    • plot and visualize results (ready-to-publish)
    • be able to reuse all analyses


    Target Audience
    • biologists or data analysts with no or little experience in analyzing bisulfite sequencing data


    Requirements
    • basic understanding of molecular biology (DNA, RNA, gene expression, PCR, ...)
    • the data analysis will partly take place on the linux commandline. Is is therefore beneficial to be familiar with the commandline and in particular the commands covered in the Learning the Shell Tutorial


    Included in the Course
    • Course materials
    • Catering
    • Conference Dinner


    Trainers
    • Helene Kretzmer (University of Leipzig) is working on DNA methylation analyses using high-throughput sequencing since 2011. She is responsible for the bioinformatic analysis of MMML-Seq study of the International Cancer Genome Consortium (ICGC).
    • Dr. Christian Otto (CCR-BioIT) is one of the developers of the bisulfite read mapping tool segemehl and is an expert on implementing efficient algorithms for HTS data analyses.
    • Dr. David Langenberger (ecSeq Bioinformatics) started working with small non-coding RNAs in 2006. Since 2009 he uses HTS technolgies to investigate these short regulatory RNAs as well as other targets. He has been part of several large HTS projects, for example the International Cancer Genome Consortium (ICGC).
    • Dr. Mario Fasold (ecSeq Bioinformatics) has developed several bioinformatics tools such as the Bioconductor package AffyRNADegradation and the Larpack program package. Since 2011 he is specialized in the field of HTS data analysis and helped analysing sequecing data of several large consortium projects.


    Key Dates
    Opening Date of Registration: 1 June 2015
    Closing Date of Registration: 15 November 2015
    Workshop: 15 - 17 December 2015 (8 am - 5 pm)

    Attendance
    Location: iad Pc-Pool, Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 23, Leipzig, Germany
    Language: English
    Available seats: 24 (first-come, first-served)

    Registration fees:

    998 EUR (without VAT)

    Travel expenses and accommodation are not covered by the registration fee.

    Contact
    ecSeq Bioinformatics
    Brandvorwerkstr.43
    04275 Leipzig
    Germany
    Email: [email protected]

    Visit: http://www.ecseq.com/workshops/workshop_2015-02.html
    ecSeq Bioinformatics is Europe’s leading provider of hands-on bioinformatics workshops and professional data analysis in the field of Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS).

  • #2
    This would be very usefull for me...unfortunately i an't afford it.How can i leran how to interpretate th scatter plots from MethyPipe?thanks in advance

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