Cours générique

Next Generation Sequencing / U900 - 2014

The U900 offers a course in Next-Generation Sequencing and data analysis to Institut Curie's staff, Research Center and Medical Section. The training is dedicated to biologists and bioanalysts interested in analyzing their own sequencing data and will cover the main NGS applications (DNA and RNA-seq).

Organizers:  Nicolas Servant and Vonick Sibut

All the people working at Institut Curie.

Selection on the first come, first served basis
Theoretical part: 60 people
Practical part: 20 people

By registering, you agree to be present during the entire course, except in case of a justifiable medical emergency, in which case you may inform the organizers 48h ahead of time. Late cancellations prevent us from offering the seat to a person on the waiting list.

Several sessions from June 2 to June 20, 2014
30 April 2014

Institut Curie Campus - Paris

May 15th, 2014

No registration fees

Nicolas Servant et Vonick Sibut

Lecturers:
Theoretical part: Quentin Leroy, Nicolas Servant
Practical part: Virginie Bernard, Valentina Boeva, Romain Daveau, Elodie Girard, Marine Jeanmougin, Quentin Leroy, Nicolas Servant, Aurélie Teissandier

Introduce the concepts of analysis of data from NGS to allow users to be more autonomous in the early stages of the analysis.
Attention! Choose Group 1 or Group 2. No possibility to mix!
Registration compulsory for the 5 days!

At the end of the course, the trainers will be able to present their sequencing project, the challenges and the main steps of the data analysis. They will be able to manipulate the data files and to use the Galaxy environment to apply a first level of bioinformatics analysis on their data.