There are the last few seats available for the next edition of the online Physalia course "Sex Chromosome Evolution"
Dates: January, 23rd-27th
Instructors: Dr. Aline Muyle (CNRS, France) and Dr. Agnieszka Lipinska (Max Planck Institute, Germany)
This course will introduce attendees to how genomic and transcriptomic data can be used to detect homomorphic/heteromorphic sex chromosomes and inform the cause and consequences of sex chromosome differentiation.
The instructors will guide students through study design, genomic/transcriptomic data collection methods, handling of raw genomic/transcriptomic data, and methods to identify sex chromosomes. Then, we will work through a suite of analyses looking at the molecular evolution of sex chromosomes, particularly the timing and patterns of recombination suppression, gene gain/loss, gene expression differentiation, and genome divergence. We will provide background on the theory and hands-on exercises, running analysis, and interpreting results.
After completing the course, the participants should be able to manipulate, visualize and interpret genomic data and patterns of sex chromosome evolution.
Here is the complete list of our courses and Workshops in January:
- Introduction to R Shiny - 10-11 January
- Unix and Shell Scripting for Bioinformatics - 9-13 January
- Flow cytometry analysis with R/Bioconductor - 16-19 January
- Winter School in Bioinformatics - 16-19 January
- Sex Chromosome Evolution - 23-27 January
- Cancer Genomics in R - 23-27 January
Gene Set Enrichment Analysis in R/Bioconductor - 30 January- 2 February
For more information, please have a look at: https://www.physalia-courses.org/courses-workshops/
Is there a free waiver application by any chance?