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Courses 2017-2018

Courses are held in english.


Biostatistics - Statistical models useful in biomedical and behavioural research – A “hands on” approach using the package “R”. For students of the 1st year.
Organizer: M. Comelli
5 lessons: 2-6 july 2018

Advanced microscopy. For students of the 1st and 2nd year
Organizers: V. Bertone, M. Biggiogera, G. Bottiroli, M.G. Bottone, A. Frontini.
13-17 november 2017

English scientific writing. For students of the 3rd year
Organizer: Aya Biran.
10 lessons: october 5, 12, 19, 26; dovember 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; december 7.


For students of the 1st, 2nd and 3d year.

Molecular microbiology and virology - "Basic Computational Skills for Metagenomics Analysis"
Organizers: A. Albertini, F. Baldanti, C. Calvio, G. Maga, R. Migliavacca, L. Pagani, M.R. Pasca, D. Sassera.
The course will be held by Dr. Giuseppe D’Auria (PhD., FISABIO-SP, Coordinator of Sequencing and Bioinformatics Service) from 5 to 9 February 2018 (every day 14:00 to 18:00).

Course synopsis
"The course will teach the basic computational skills required to perform analyses in metagenomics. The module will be eminently practical and hands-on, and will teach participants skills ranging from the installation and basic use of Linux systems to the building of analysis pipelines. The course will teach the basics in Next Generation Sequencing data quality assessment, metagenomic assembly and statistics, annotation process in standard and supercomputing environments."
Evolution: from phenotype to meolcular approaches - "The emerging field of Paleogenomics and its variegated applications in Life Science"
Organizers: A. Achilli, F. Focher, E. Giulotto, L. Gomulski, A. Olivieri, E. Raimondi, O. Semino, A. Torroni.
The course will take place from 2 to 11 May 2018.

Course synopsis
"During the last decade genomics and palaeogenomics took off uncovering the genetic treasure contained in countless remains from pre-history to modern times. These data are unlocking the information embedded in the genomic sequences and, together with emerging archeological and paleontological discoveries, are reshaping our understanding of humankind’s history and evolution as well as the past of many other species. By fostering this new research avenue, the course will focus on recent and upcoming data from ancient DNA analysis to reconstruct human and animal evolutionary history and migrations and the ecology and evolution of ancient pathogens."

Arturo Falaschi Lecture, organized by IGM-CNR
Date to be defined, in 2018

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