Lecture - Tunis, Tunisia
The course is about how to analyze and interpret NGS data. A particular focus will be made on infectious/parasitic diseases NGS applications. We will specifically use parasite datasets to provide examples and hints for the interpretation of NGS datasets in a transcriptomic and/or genomic context.As more and more massive omics data are generated, efficient platforms are continuously thriving to offer advanced data analysis tools/methods. However, their availability or use is often overlooked. Hence, this EMBO Global Exchange Lecture Course intends to give an opportunity for post-graduate biologists, bioinformaticians and computer scientists of an intermediate level working on high-throughput data to gain skills and learn dedicated methods for their data analyses. This course is open to international participants.
Mon, Sep 15, 2014 - Thu, Sep 25, 2014
Institut Pasteur de Tunis
13, Place Pasteur
1002 Tunis-Belvédère, Tunisia
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