Training on Next Generation Genomic Technologies (Jun 2018)

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

Program Directors

Training Theme

  • Recent advancements in DNA sequencing have made enormous contributions to understanding the biology of life forms. Reduced cost and increased speed of DNA sequencing have led to rapid growth of genomics. Functional significance of genomic elements (DNA, RNA, proteins, small molecules and phenotype) are still being unravelled in each organism. This workshop will provide an introduction to Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technology, platforms, data generation, and data analysis.

Objectives

  • Training and capitalizing human resources to carry out NGS
  • Carry out high throughput research using genomic tools to foster transdisciplinary dialogues in functional genomics

Past Events

  • Training on Transcriptome Sequencing and Analysis (April, 2018)
  • Training on Whole Genome Sequencing and analysis (March 2018)
  • Refresher course on Multi-omic applications in medicinal plant research (February-March 2018)
  • Training on Next Generation Genomic Technologies (January 2018)
  • National Symposium on Future of Functional Genomics (October 2017)

Dates

25th June, 2018 to 30th June, 2018.

Target Audience

Students, faculty and scientists from academia and industry. In addition to Life Sciences, Computer Science, Medicine, Agriculture/Environment Science etc. are encouraged to participate in this event.

Recommended

This Certificate Course is Transdisciplinary in nature, TDU strongly recommends this module for UG/PG students and Research Scholars

Computer Support

We will provide computers with software installed and high-end server facility for the participants.

Schedule

Next Generation Genomic Technologies
Day 1 Introduction to 1st, 2nd and 3rd Generation Sequencing Technologies
Hands on Session: Sample collection, Storage and transportation, Nucleic acids extraction and visualization
Day 2 Hands on Session: PCR Amplification for NGS, Visualization and assessment of PCR amplicons, NGS library preparation and sequencing,
Hands on Session on Bioinformatics: LINUX Command Line and NGS Data File Formats
Day 3 Hands on Session on Bioinformatics: Whole genome sequencing (Assembly and Annotation)
Day 4 Hands on Session on Bioinformatics: Transcriptome sequencing (Assembly and Annotation)
Day 5 Hands on Session on Bioinformatics: 16S rRNA Metagenome sequencing (Reference mapping and Phylogenetic analysis, Population diversity analysis)
Day 6 Hands on Session on Bioinformatics: SRA Submission, Genome browser and Database

Speakers

Malali Gowda

Malali Gowda TDU

Title of the talk: Deep sequencing of genome and transcriptome revolutionized our understanding of life
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Sheetal Ambardar

Sheetal Ambardar

Title of the talk: Microbiomics of plant rhizosphere –A metagenomics approach
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R Srivatsan

R Srivatsan Institute of Bioinformatics and Applied Biotechnology

Title of the talk: Analysis of Next generation sequencing data in R
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Ritu Mehdiratta

Ritu Mehdiratta C-CAMP

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Workshop Documents

Brochure

Schedule

Program Co-ordinators

  • Dr. Mohan Kumar, TDU.
  • Mr. Vinay C, BGC.

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