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"Phylogenomics and Population Genomics: Inference and Applications"

Personal acadèmic
Now opened the preadmission phase to our postgraduate course which will be held in Barcelona (July 2-12 2019).

The pre-enrollment deadline is 10th March 2019

Course website:
https://www.ub.edu/certfem/ppgcourse

Instructors:
https://www.ub.edu/certfem/ppgcourse/instructors

OVERVIEW:

The course aims to provide a thorough and rigorous training on the use of phylogenetic and population genetics methods to infer evolutionary mechanisms and history at the inter- and intraspecies level using high-throughput sequencing data.

It will cover most popular approaches used in phylogenomic inference, molecular dating and species delimitation, and in population genomics both to infer demographic history and to study molecular adaptation.

Special emphasis will be put given to developing hands-on expertise in the use of the state-of-the-art software and explaining through practical cases the current and future applications of phylogenomic and population genomics.

For more information about the programme, please visit our website:
https://www.ub.edu/certfem/ppgcourse/programme

For information about our previous course:
https://www.ub.edu/certfem/ppgcourse/early-editions

TARGET AUDIENCE:

The course is addressed to graduate and postgraduate researchers that need to learn how to handle HTS data to infer population history, phylogenetic relationships, estimate divergence times or adaptative processes, or many other applications of tree-based evolutionary methods.

STRUCTURE

This is a two weeks course, which includes lectures, in-class exercises, seminars and discussion sessions:
https://www.ub.edu/certfem/ppgcourse/schedule

****This course offers the possibility of being validated by 6 ECTS ( European Credit Transfer System) credits

Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us:
certfem@ub.edu