Course on molecular and computational tools to study the composition and diversity of microbial communities, Liverpool

The Centre for Genome Research is pleased to announce a 2-day course designed to showcase some of the molecular and computational tools that can be used to study the composition and diversity of microbial communities.  The course is being run on Thursday, 28th & Friday, 29th November 2013 in Liverpool and the application deadline is 8.00 a.m. on Friday, 8th November.  You can find further details and the application process via the Centre for Genomic Research website http://www.liv.ac.uk/genomic-research/ Please note that places are limited but all applications received before the deadline will be treated equally.

The Centre is also supporting the 4th part of the “Balti and Bioinformatics” series being led by Dr. Nick Loman, Birmingham, which comes to Liverpool as “Beatles & Bioinformatics” on Wednesday, 27th November 2013.  Again, the agenda and the registration process can be found via the CGR website.

Please do feel free to contact me if you need any other information about either event.

Best wishes,

Lesley Parsons, Centre for Genomic Research, University of Liverpool

Tel: 0151 795 4509; www.liv.ac.uk/cgr

Leave a Reply