Due to tremendous advances in sequencing technologies, dealing with large amounts of data that are generated at a genomic scale has become an important aspect in studies dealing with genetic variation. The thrust of this course is to provide an overview of the tools involved in Variant Calling procedures (starting from raw sequencing reads) as well as to present a panel of analyses that are frequently performed to investigate the “genotype/phenotype” relationship at the genomic level.
- Getting exposed to pipelines involved in variant calling and good practices
- Understanding some basics of population genetics (population genetic structure)
- Performing association studies and trait mapping approaches
16 - 20 May 2022
Postgraduate students, postdocs, engineers and researchers.
PLACE OF THE TRAINING
Institut Pasteur de Tunis.
Institut Pasteur Paris team
SPEAKERS & AFFILIATIONS
- Amaury Vaysse (Institut Pasteur, Paris)
- Adrien Pain (Institut Pasteur, Paris)
- Pascal Campagne (Institut Pasteur, Paris)
Basic knowledge in genetics