Registration is now open for the Physalia course "Analysis of cancer genomes using R and bioinformatic tools".
Dates: Online, January 23rd-27th
On this course, which has been divided into five segments, you will learn how to process “raw” sequencing reads, and call the three most fundamental types of mutations found in cancer genomes: somatic single nucleotide variants, insertions and deletions, and chromosome copy aberrations. The background, theory, and main tools available will all be covered in the first part of the course. In the final segments you will learn advanced methods for sample quality control and tumour subclonal deconvolution, the task in which somatic variants are used to determine the tumour architecture (i.e., how many clones constitute the cancer) from an evolutionary perspective. Together this course will prepare any would be bioinformatician for further education or employment within a cancer research laboratory.
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If interested, please send us an email at infoATphsalia-coursesDOTorg
What msn said. This one is interesting, but 480 Euros is breaking the bank for me.
thanks for the translation, but that was quite obvious :) I was suggesting msn to get in touch to see if we can help his/her students to attend the course.
Ah, that wasn't a translation. I was agreeing with msn, and I was trying to point out that I'd also sign up for the course if it weren't for the heavy price tag.