16th Training on “Culturomics, Metagenomics and Bioinformatics”

November 11, 2019 to November 14, 2019

Genomics Home

Jointly organized by:
The University of Trans-disciplinary Health Sciences & Technology (TDU)
Bengaluru Genomics Centre (BGC)

Objectives

  • Training capitalizing human resources to carry out NGS and Metagenome analysis.
  • Carry out high throughput research using genomic tools to foster trans-disciplinary dialogues in functional genomics.

Training Theme

  • Metagenomics analysis will help us to understand the total microbiome diversity and their abundance in the natural habitat without culturing them
  • As more than 95% microbes cannot be cultured in artificial media there is a need to develop natural/host media to support their growth as well as maintain their biological activity after sub-culturing
  • Culturomics is an approach allowing extensive assessment of the microbial composition by high-throughput culture and uses studies based on growth characters in artificial set of conditions
  • This training focus on culturomics and metagenomics using latest NGS technologies

Dates

11th November 2019 to 14th November 2019

Program Directors

Missions Accomplished

  • Created “Genomics Ecosystem” in the country by conducting 15 training programs
  • Trained > 500 Scientists (All streams of Biology, Engineering , Technology).
  • Achieved 100 % Literacy by the participants in Genomics and Bioinformatics

Past Events

Please visit here for details on previously conducted events

Target Audience

Students, Faculty and Scientists from Academia and Industries including Life Sciences, Biology, Computer Science, Medicine, Agriculture, Veterinary, Environmental Science and any other disciplines.

Schedule

16th NGS Training
Day 1
  • Introduction talk on Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies and Applications
  • Hands on: Sample collection, DNA isolation, 16S rRNA PCR amplification, Culturomics
Day 2
  • Hands on: 16S rRNA Library construction & sequencing
  • Demo on Illumina Platform
Day 3
  • Hands on: Basic of computing (Linux) and high-end server
  • Introduction to Next Generation Seq. Data formats
  • Metagenome Analysis (16S rRNA analysis)
Day 4
  • Hands on: Whole Metagenome data analysis
  • Hands on: Genome Browser and Databases
  • Valedictory

Registration

Deadline for Registration: 31st October 2019

  • Limited seats available
  • On-spot Registration: Extra Charges Apply
Category Amount GST (18%) Total
UG Students Rs. 7000 Rs. 1260 Rs. 8260
PG Students Rs. 9000 Rs. 1620 Rs. 10620
PhD Scholars Rs. 11000 Rs. 1980 Rs. 12980
Post-doctoral Researchers Rs. 13000 Rs. 2340 Rs. 15340
Faculty Rs. 18000 Rs. 3240 Rs. 21240
Industry Rs. 25000 Rs. 4500 Rs. 29500

Payment Modes

Payments are accepted via NEFT and Demand Draft.

The Demand Draft should be in favor of “UTDHST” and payable at Bengaluru.

Postal Address:

The University of Trans-disciplinary Health Sciences & Technology,
#74/2, Jarakabande Kaval, Post Attur via Yelahanka, Bengaluru – 560064

For NEFT, please add “UTD-HST General Fund” as beneficiary.

Account Name: UTD-HST General Fund
Account Number: 0694104000134705
Bank Details: IDBI Bank, Yelahanka New Town, Bengaluru-560064
IFSC: IBKL0000694, MICR: 560259014

For further details, please refer the brochure as below.

To register, CLICK HERE

Workshop Documents

Brochure

Accommodation

Accommodation will be available on request on/before 30th October 2019, and charged separately. Please contact +91 9972490101.

Organizing Secretary

  • Mr. Ravindra Raut, TDU.
  • Mr. Pushpendra Jat, BGC.

Contact

Centre for Functional Genomics & Bio-informatics
The University of Trans-disciplinary Health Sciences & Technology,

74/2, Jarakabande Kaval,
Post Attur via Yelahanka
Bengaluru – 560064

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Please write to genomics@tdu.edu.in or call us at +91 9972978966 for any queries.

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