July 28-30, 2017

The course will be an intensive (24 hours) introduction to cutting-edge molecular methods, which aims to provide attendees with the necessary theoretical and technical ground to choose appropriate approaches and to develop correct experimental designs when conceiving molecular studies of wildlife ecology. High throughput sequencing approaches, genome-wide SNP analyses, metabarcoding and shotgun metagenomics will be some of the major topics that will be covered in the course.

We believe this is an exceptional opportunity for undergraduate, MSc and PhD students, as well as researchers and lecturers at the UPV/EHU to learn about cutting-edge methods to perform population and landscape-genomic analyses, molecular dietary studies or microbiome profiling to cite but a few examples. 

The registration will be open till May 31st or till reaching the maximum number of students (40). The course will be held the three days before the EBRS conference, so international people are already registering. Thus, if you are interested, we encourage you to register as soon as possible.


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Friday, July 28, 2017
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