• From 19/05/2022 to 20/05/2022 - from 17/11/2022 to 18/11/2022

    4. Bioinformatics : NGS analyzes with R

    - Be able to analyze sequences coming from reads NGS
    - Knowing how to determine the mRNA differentially expressed using RNA-seq data
    - Being able to enrich the results using knowledge bases

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  • From 17/05/2022 to 18/05/2022 - from 15/11/2022 to 16/11/2022

    3. Bioinformatics : R language - Introduction

    - Acquire the basics for the use of the R language
    - Knowing how to manipulate and visualize large sets of biological data

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  • From 14/06/2022 to 17/06/2022 - from 06/12/2022 to 09/12/2022

    2. Bioinformatics analyses with Python

    • Be able to maintain and collaboratively develop a Python biological data analysis application
    • Know how to write simple scripts using Python
    • Managing a project collaboratively with Git
    • Know manipulate data structures
    • Understand Python modules
    • Be able to conduct bioinformatic analysis with Biopython  

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  • From 13/10/2020 to 15/10/2020 - from 4/05/2021 to 6/05/2021 - from 19/10/2021 to 21/10/2021

    1. Bioinformatics : Advanced sequences analysis

    • Search for informations in biological databases
    • Master sequence analysis tools such as alignments and learn how to interpret results
    • Master the strategies annotation of bacterial genomes
    • Understand the formats and the analysis of new generation sequencing data (NGS)

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  • Workshops « 2 in 1 » : NGS data production and analysis

    The purpose of these workshops is to help to address the scientific projects related to sequencing comprehensively from production data analysis. They concern researchers, technical staff that students present in laboratories.

    The workshops will allow you to:

    • Knowing the specificities of different sequencing technologies and know which one is best for your needs
    • Reflecting the experimental design (number of samples, depth reading and quality sequencing)
    • Knowing the main methods for preparing libraries, their advantages and disadvantages
    • Know the elements for planning a NGS experience
    • Know the limits of analysis: What can I get according to my data? How biological question I can answer based on bioinformatics methods and characteristics of the data obtained?

    The workshops Genomics / Bioinformatics "2 in 1" deal with 4 topics:

    1. RNA-Seq, April 22, 2016: Here are the videos of the presentations.
    2. complete genome, May 3, 2016: Here are the videos of the presentations
    3. Exomes and panels of genes, September 20, 2016: Here are the videos of the presentations
    4. Metagenomics, Décember 7, 2016 : Here are the videos of the presentations


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