Application for the Summer course in analyses of genotyping and NGS data in medical and population genetics 2020
The course is a comprehensive introduction to a number of topics and common research tools used in analyses of next-generation sequencing (NGS) data. Topics include: genetic drift, natural selection, population structure, association mapping, GWAS, spatial genetics, f-statistics and demographic inference. The main focus will be on humans, but the methods we will cover are applicable to many other species as well. Lectures will be combined with hands-on computer exercises, mostly using R and command-line based programs.

PLEASE NOTE: APPLICATION DEADLINE IS 30TH MARCH and THE NUMBER OF SPOTS IS LIMITED AND PARTICIPANTS WILL BE SELECTED based on their application and potential to benefit from the course. All applicants will be notified with a decision on 1st April. In case of extra spots becoming available after 1st April, there will be a second round of email notifications on 1st May.

Date: August 3rd to August 7th 2020

Place: Copenhagen Denmark

Organized by: The Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen (Fernando Racimo, Anders Albrechtsen and Ida Moltke)

Price: Free for all PhD students at Danish universities. 200 USD for all other students.

Includes: All teaching. Food and accommodation are NOT included in the course fee.

More information at: popgen.dk/popgen20/
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