News: 5 PART-FUNDED SCHOLARSHIPS for the course "The Practice of RADseq: Population Genomics Analysis with Stacks (RDSQ01)"
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5 PART-FUNDED SCHOLARSHIPS for the course "The Practice of RADseq: Population Genomics Analysis with Stacks (RDSQ01)".

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https://www.prinformatics.com/course/the-practice-of-radseq-population-genomics-analysis-with-stacks-rdsq01/

PR informatics are pleased to offer through their funding scheme 5 all inclusive places on the up-coming course "The Practice of RADseq: Population Genomics Analysis with Stacks (RDSQ01)"

All inclusive course fees have been subsidized by 40% to £480 (from £775.00).

This fee covers the 5 day course and accommodation, breakfast, lunches, and refreshments (full details at the bottom of this email).

This course will be delivered by Dr Julien Catchen from September 23rd - 27th in Glasgow City Centre.

Applications should be sent to oliverhooker@prinformatics.com and contain the following.

  1. Full name
  2. Institute name
  3. PhD subject title or Post doc research questions
  4. Do you hold a funded position
  5. 150 words why this course would be relevant to your research or how it would help.

Application deadline is Monday 8th July and decisions will be made by Wednesday 10th July.

Course overview: This course will focus on population genomics analysis using Stacks version 2 software. The course will include a discussion of RAD sequencing, including the different protocols and the sequencing platforms used. We will focus on the key aspects of the molecular protocol to ensure a successful data analysis. The remainder of the course will include an introduction to UNIX followed by practice with RADseq data analysis. We will focus first on how the major Stacks algorithms work, followed by how to optimize parameters for the software. Next, the course will include two data analyses, a de novo analysis without a reference genome, and an analysis including a reference genome. We assume no bioinformatics experience.

ALL INCLUSIVE PACKAGE – Includes breakfast, lunch, refreshments and welcome dinner Monday evening. Self-catering facilities are available in the accommodation. Accommodation is approximately a 6-minute walk from the PR informatics head office. Accommodation is multiple occupancy (max 3-4 people) single sex en-suite rooms. Arrival Sunday 12th September (between 17:00 – 21:00 and departure Friday 13th September (accommodation must be vacated by 09:15).

oliverhooker@prinformatics.com

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