Have you got Whole Genome Sequence Data and you’re not sure what to do with it? This Triple A Winter School is for you.

Date: 15-20th January 2017

Where: Monte Veritá, Switzerland

Triple A Winter School is a intensive workshop on how to Assemble, Annotate and Analyse Whole Sequence Data – with a focus on de novo whole genome assembly and analysis of complex genomes. The Winter School will combine lectures with computer based practicals, and will be most valuable to those who have or will soon have whole genome sequence data.

Webpage: http://www.adaptation.ethz.ch/education/triple-a-winterschool.html

Instructors include:

Monica Monuz-Torres from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA.

Robert Waterhouse from Université de Genéve and the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Switzerland.

Emmanuelle Lerat from Chargé de recherche – CNRS, France.

Peter Fields from Universität Basel, Switzerland.

TOTAL COST: 610 CHF + travel to Locarno (Switzerland)
Covers tuition, accommodation (shared double room) and all meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and coffee breaks).

REGISTRATION CLOSES: 30th November 2016
Spaces are limited to 40 participants. See our webpage for more details.

Dr Jessica Stapley, ETH Zürich; Dr Stuart Dennis, EAWAG; Dr Stefan Zoller, GDC ETH Zürich and Professor Alex Widmer ETH Zürich.

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