Training

NEW!! Financial support for participation at international practical courses & workshops

We are pleased to announce the introduction of a new type of training fellowship for young investigators. From September 2016 we will be providing financial support to cover the costs of registration fee, travel and accommodation to EPIGEN PhD students and post-docs participating at international training workshops. The eligible workshops must be international and consist of practical sessions focusing on cutting edge technologies applicable to epigenetics research.

 

Data on the Beach. May 5-6, 2016 - Rimini

The EPIGEN workshop “DATA ON THE BEACH” will take place by the sea in Rimini on May 5-6, 2016. This will be a one-of-a-kind workshop in which the sessions will be based entirely on presentations from the participants. The aim is to promote active discussions and interactions among the young researchers who deal with NGS data as the main part of their work. This workshop is only for members of the EPIGEN labs.

The Non-Coding Genome: An EpiGeneSys-EPIGEN joint workshop for Junior Researchers. Rome, December 3-4 2015

This workshop is organized within the context of the EpiGeneSys and EPIGEN training programmes and is directed to the young investigators (PhD students and post-docs) from both networks; it is a chance to hear exciting talks and reinforce links between both communities.

Registration and accommodation for two nights are covered by the organisers,  all participants will be responsible for their own travel. Online registration to attend this event is mandatory. Registration deadline November 1st, 2015 (for further details click "read more").

 

EPIGEN RNA-Seq Workshop - December 3-4, 2013. Bari

This workshop is coordinated by Graziano Pesole (IBBE-CNR & University of Bari) and will cover generation and analysis of RNA-Seq data as well as methods to study RNA editing. Practical sessions will focus on the use of pipelines for RNA-Seq and RNA editing analyses. The RAP  tool for RNA-Seq analysis has been developed within the context of the EPIGEN project and is available through the "NGS & Bioinformatics" page of the EPIGEN website.

 

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