We are pleased to announce the SIB course:
"NGS - Genome variant analysis", on 29 - 30 April 2019, in Bern.
The detection of genetic changes using diverse next generation sequencing technologies e.g. whole genome, whole exome, RNA and target sequencing has several applications in genomics and other omics fields. The unbiased reliable detection of variants remains a challenge for many.
This two-days course targets biologists and computational biologists. We will mainly introduce and practice the methodology for detecting germline mutations by validating mapping data, realigning regions of interest to reduce false discovery and calling for known variants as well as de novo discoveries.
Further detailed information, prerequisites and application form are available from here.
Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.