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  • Speciation Genomics course in Berlin

    Dear all,

    last places left on our Speciation Genomics course with Dr. Mark Ravinet (University of Nottingham, UK) and Dr. Joana I. Meier (University of Cambridge, UK) :

    https://www.physalia-courses.org/cou...hops/course37/

    Registration deadline: 25th of Janaury 2020

    Free University (FU) Berlin (Germany), 24-28 February 2020

    This course will provide a thorough introduction to the growing field of speciation genomics. The course aims to take students from the initial steps required for handling raw sequencing data to demographic modelling and inference of genome-wide signatures of selection and introgression. Through a combination of lectures covering key theoretical and conceptual topics, alongside hands-on exercises, participants will learn the most important computational approaches used in speciation genomics. This will include a heavy emphasis on data visualization and intepretation. After completing of the course, the participants should be able to begin using NGS data to shed light on the genomic aspects of speciation in their study system of choice.

    Learning Outcomes

    Handling NGS data from raw reads to genetic variants

    Applying basic population genetic statistics

    Visualizing the genetic structure

    Inferring demographic history

    Identifying regions under divergent selection or barriers to gene flow

    Understanding the potential and limitations of different methods to detect regions under selection

    Please visit our website to have more information about the course content: https://www.physalia-courses.org/cou...hops/course37/

    Here is the full list of our courses and Workshops: https://www.physalia-courses.org/courses-workshops/

    Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us: [email protected]

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    Good course. After studying it, I was able to solve a case study without any problems, which became decisive at the exam. I recommend studying it to everyone who studies at the Faculty of Speciation Genomics.
    Last edited by AidenJeffries; 11-10-2020, 07:11 AM.

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      Speciation Genomics course in Berlin

      I'm really impressed with the German Education System especially for the foreigners as they don't charge any fee for it even it's not a developed country like the USA and Canada. In our country, there are too many taxes on the home security stores especially for the fob cloning experts rents, maintenance, and taxes making our life difficult on a daily.

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