4 June, 2013
*Human Population Genetic Analyses*
with an emphasis on Next-Generation Sequencing Data.
Dates: Oct 14-18, 2013.
Venue: Beijing Genomics Institute, Shenzhen, China.
This course provides a one week comprehensive introduction to a number of topics and common research tools used in analyses of human population genetic data, including genetic drift, coalescence theory, population structure, natural selection, linkage disequilibrium, association mapping and admixture analyses. Using computer exercises students will be familiarized with common research tools including IM, Structure, PLINK, ANGSD, and pipelines for analyzing Next Generation Sequencing data. The fee for the course is $200 (waived for students from BGI or Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen) and includes dormitory style accommodation and food.
Instructors: Rasmus Nielsen, Noah Rosenberg, Anders Albrechtsen, Ida Moltke and Thorfinn Korneliussen.
For sign up and questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration deadline: September 1st 2013.