News:Course - Computational Tumor Evolution
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Dear all,

Registrations are now open for our upcoming online course on "Computational Tumor Evolution from Bulk DNA Sequencing" scheduled from February 26 to March 1, 2024.

Course Highlights:

Format: Online sessions to facilitate international participation.

Duration: 5 days of comprehensive theoretical and practical learning.

Time: Sessions run from 14:00 to 20:00 (Monday to Friday) with regular breaks.

Register now:

In the dynamic landscape of genomics and cancer research, deciphering tumor evolution is paramount. Our course offers a unique blend of theoretical insights, practical applications, and peer-to-peer learning. Participants will work with real sequencing data, apply computational tools, and gain a deeper understanding of tumor genomics.

This course caters to researchers, clinicians, bioinformaticians, and anyone passionate about tumor genomics. While a basic understanding of genetics is recommended, no prior knowledge of computational tools is required. Basic R programming skills using tidyverse packages are suggested as a prerequisite.

Upon completion, participants will possess the skills to analyse genomic data from bulk DNA sequencing, contributing to advancements in cancer diagnostics and treatment strategies.

Program Highlights:

  • Day 1: Foundation of tumor evolution and R coding refresh.
  • Day 2: Quality control for mutation calling and copy number analysis.
  • Day 3: Evolutionary analysis and interpreting clonal mutations.
  • Day 4: Advanced multi-sample designs and mutational signatures.
  • Day 5: Project day – apply your knowledge to real sequencing data.

For the full list of our courses and workshops, please have a look at:

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