Functional Genetics Boot Camp
The Functional Genetics Boot Camp is a two-day intensive boot camp of seminars and hands-on analytical sessions to provide an overview of concepts and data analysis methods for computational integration of genome and transcriptome data to characterize molecular effects of genetic variants. The workshop will focus on genetic effects on gene regulation, and guide the participants not only in analytical methods but also the use of major resource data sets like GTEx. Instructors for this summer workshop include Drs. Tuuli Lappalainen and Yufeng Shen from the Department of Systems Biology, along with François Aguet, PhD (Broad Institute); Sarah Kim-Hellmuth, PhD (Columbia/New York Genome Center); and David Knowles, PhD (Columbia/NYGC). Dr. Christopher (Casey) Brown, assistant professor of genetics at University of Pennyslvania, will delivery a keynote.
Registration is required.
Location: Columbia Mailman School of Public Health, Allen Rosenfield Building, 8th Floor auditorium.
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