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Category Archives: UC Davis Courses
Thought this might be of interest Dynamic graduate level course in ecological genetics offered Fall 2013 at UC Davis. Applied Ecological Genetics: Genetics and Genomics for Ecology, Health, and Conservation of Natural Populations Making genetics friendly and accessible. This … Continue reading
UC Davis will be hosting a 2.5 day QIIME workshop following the SMBE Satellite Meeting on Eukaryotic -Omics, running Thursday afternoon May 2nd through Saturday May 4th. Meeting participants and local Bay Area researchers are encouraged to attend. Due to … Continue reading
From CPB Postdoc Luke Mahler: Dear Davis Ecologists and Evolutionary Biologists, This Spring Quarter, I’ll be delivering my CPB Postdoctoral Fellowship Workshop, which will be entitled: “Phylogenetically correct analysis of species data in ecology and evolution”. This workshop will consist … Continue reading
From the UC Davis Genome Center Our RNASeq Bioinformatics Analysis Workshop has reached its capacity. However, we still have a few seats open for two other workshops. We will be offering our 5th annual week-long Next Generation Sequencing Data Analysis … Continue reading
<<< PLEASE POST >>> PHA250: Functional Genomics: from Bench to Bedside CRN: 84839 Spring 2012 Tuesdays/Thursdays 9:00-10:30am Location: Tupper 2133 Instructor of Record (IOR): David Segal COURSE GOALS AND ORGANIZATION: The purpose of the course is to familiarize students with … Continue reading
EVE 198 – Spring Quarter 2012 – CRN 74485 – 3 units P/NP grading Microbial Phylogenomics: The Evolutionary Diversification of Microbes and their Genomes Professor Jonathan Eisen TR 1:40-3:00pm Room 1344 Storer Hall Prerequisites for this EVE 198 … Continue reading