|Date||30 - 31 May 2017|
|Speaker(s)||Walid H. Gharib & Irene Keller|
|Fees||*academic: 100 CHF - for-profit: 0 CHF|
|Cancellation deadline||22 May 2017|
Among other genomic applications, Whole genome sequencing “WGS”, Whole Exome Sequencing “WES” and RNA sequencing are used for the detection of genomic variants. On a genomic scale, variations manifest in the form of Single Nucleotide variants “SNVs”, insertions and deletions “Indels”, copy number variants “CNVs” or chromosomal rearrangements and are generally detected by comparing the sequencing data to a reference. The detection of genetic changes using the later technologies has many applications:
This 2 days course targets biologists and computational biologists. We will mainly focus on the detection of germline mutations by following the GATK best practices; we will also make use of other tools especially for the annotation part.
This course is intended for life scientists who are already familiar with general concepts of NGS technologies.
At the end of the course participants should be able to:
Knowledge / competencies:
Participants should have Knowledge in Next generation sequencing techniques, pre-mapping quality control, filtering and mapping to reference genome. Participants should have a basic understanding of working with command line tools on Linux or Windows-based operating systems. If you do not feel comfortable with UNIX commands, please take our UNIX fundamentals e-learning module.
Participants should bring their own computers and chargers.
Please note that this course is oversubscribed. You can still apply for it by clicking in the link below, but your name will be added to the waiting list.
The registration fees for academics are 100 CHF. Participants from non-academic institutions should contact us before application.
Deadline for registration and free-of-charge cancellation is set to May 08. Cancellation after this date will not be reimbursed. Please note that participation to SIB courses is subject to this and other general conditions, available here.
You will be informed by email of your registration confirmation.
room 331 / 3. OG West, Universität Bern, Hochschulstrasse 4
Day 1 - 9h15 to 17h
Day 2 - 9h15 to 17h
The course will be taught by Walid Gharib and Irene Keller.
Coordination: Walid Gharib and Patricia Palagi
We will recommend 0.5 ECTS credits for this course (given a passed exam - optional - at the end of the session).
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