The workshop will provide expert instruction on the application of genomic tools in the study of wildlife diseases
We are pleased to announce the inaugural 'Genomics of Disease in Wildlife' workshop to be hosted by Colorado State University June 3-11, 2017.
The workshop will provide expert instruction on the application of genomic tools in the study of wildlife diseases of vertebrate animals; in depth computer training using 'real world' next generation sequence data; and opportunities to network with colleagues and experts in wildlife biology, veterinary medicine, genomic biodiversity research and wildlife management.
For more information: www.gdw2017workshop.colostate.edu
Email inquiries: CVMBS_genomics2017@mail.colostate.edu
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