Advanced Human Genetics A: Molecular Aspects - HUM GEN 236A Applied Genetics Modeling - HUM GEN M207B Biology and Medicine in Postgenomic Era - HNRS 141 Computational Genetics - HUM GEN CM124/CM224 Theoretical Genetic Modeling - HUM GEN M207A
Joint UCLA & University of Colorado Anschutz Statistical Genetics Course & Programming Workshop
Dates: Monday, September 18 - Friday, September 22 Location: University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Hosted by: The Division of Biomedical Informatics and Personalized Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Colorado Anschutz Contact: email@example.com
Participants may attend either the short course, or the programming workshop, or both.
Monday, September 18 - Wednesday, September 20
The statistical genetics course will cover state-of-the-art statistical methods for detection of genetic loci influencing complex traits. Each day will include discussions of analysis theory and hands-on computer exercises, focusing on the Mendel statistical genetics package. We will stress interpretation of results and emphasize the practical aspects needed to give the best chances of success. The course is designed for people who are actively studying the genetics of complex traits. No prior experience with these methods is necessary.
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Thursday, September 21 - Friday, September 22
This workshop will focus on OpenMendel, the new open source Julia language version of the Mendel statistical genetics package. The Workshop will give an introduction into using the new Julia programming language. Julia, developed at MIT, is a modern version of R, designed to be very easy to program, extremely fast, and able to handle the large data sets common in modern big data science. The workshop will cover methods for extending and customizing the Julia code. The workshop is designed for bioinformaticians and statisticians who are actively studying the genetics of complex traits. Participants should have some familiarity with programming environments such as R, MATLAB, or Python.
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Registration includes breakfast and light refreshments on each day of the course. Transportation and lodging are not included in the price of registration.
For students and postdocs from non-profit institutions: $200 For staff and faculty from non-profit institutions: $300 For individuals from for-profit institutions: $600
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