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Joint Event: Sequencing Spotlight in September

Learn about cutting-edge seq techniques from the experts in the local scientific community in an informal half-day symposium

27.09.2018

Details and registration coming soon!

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Preliminary title: Seq Spotlight on Campus

Date: Thurs, September 27, 2018 (t.b.a)

Time: 13.00 - approx. 17.30

Venue: Biomedical Center, small lecture hall N02.040 (Martinsried Campus)

Target audience: students, doctoral candidates and junior scientists who are interested in seq-analysis and/or being literate in seq terms, open to whole scientific community. All are welcome!

6x30 min talks and poster session during breaks

Preliminary program:

Welcome and introduction - Wolfgang Enard

  • Technology - Helmut Blum, LAFUGA Genomics Unit, LMU Gene Center
  • Genome Seq - Jochen Wolf, Evolutionary Biology, LMU Biocenter
  • RNA Seq - Wolfgang Enard, Anthropology and Human Genetics

Break and poster session

  • Chromosome Mapping - Tobias Straub, Core Facility Bioinformatics, LMU BMC
  • Case example of data analysis - Maria Colomé Tatché, Computational Epigenomics, ICB, Helmholtz Zentrum München
  • Case example of data analysis - Julien Gagneur, Computational Biology, TUM Department of Informatics
  • Closing remarks

Happy Hour and poster session/discussion

 

Co-organized by the graduate programs: SFB-IRTG 1243 Cancer Evolution, SFB-IRTG 1064 Chromatin Dynamics, IMPRS-LS Max Planck Research School for Life Sciences, QBM Graduate School of Quantitative Biosciences Munich, SFB-IRTG 914 Leukocyte Trafficking, SFB-IRTG 1054 Cell-Fate Decisions in Immune Systems, LSM Graduate School of Life Science Munich, Helmholtz Research School Lung and Disease


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