, USDA/UC Berkeley Plant Gene Expression Center
, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
, USDA/Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
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This one-week workshop in Cereal Genomics will enable participants to take advantage of emerging genetic tools and the completed cereal genome sequences of most of the major cereal crops. The workshop will feature morning and evening lectures with afternoon lab exercises, including hands-on lab work and computer sessions in comparative anatomy, GWAS, Next Gen expression analysis, whole genome sequencing assembly, emerging model systems, genome editing and phenomics. The faculty (instructors and invited lecturers) are active researchers in cereal genetics and genomics who have made significant contributions to the field, ensuring that the latest techniques and ideas will be presented. The course will be structured to provide time for informal discussions and exchange with instructors. Students from academic institutions are eligible to apply for partial scholarships.
Comparative anatomy and phylogeny;
Cereal genomes, assembly, annotation and synteny;
Genetics and databases;
Quantitative trait locus mapping and genome wide association studies;
Genome wide expression analyses;
Reverse genetics and genome editing;
Pat Brown, Ed Buckler, Mark Cigan, Katrien Devos, Andrea Eveland, Lisa Harper, Matt Hudson, Toby Kellogg, Devin O’Connor, Uta Paszkowski, Chris Topp, Zhanguo Xin
Students from academic institutions are eligible to apply for partial scholarships.
Cost (including board and lodging): $2,615
This button links to a short form which confirms your interest in the course. No fees are due until you have completed the full application process and are accepted into the course.
Students accepted into the workshop should plan to arrive in the late afternoon of Tuesday October 18 and depart at lunchtime on October 25