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Training: Introduction to Genetic Tools for Estimating Connectivity

Updated: Mar 10

We are happy to announce a new SEA-UNICORN WG1 Training school - “Introduction to genetic tools for estimating connectivity” to be held online 20th - 24th March 2023, 10h-13h [CET] (15 hours).

This 5-day school (mornings only) will provide a general overview of genetic data, history, concepts (ecological and evolutionary connectivity), sampling approaches and tools, and then will dive deeper into the theory and data analysis methods associated with different genetic approaches used to estimate connectivity patterns. There will also be some practical components using R and other commonly used software. Ideally, this school is aimed at scientists working in the field of marine connectivity (but with limited or no experience in genetic techniques) in order to provide cross-disciplinary training to facilitate method integration and innovation. Training will be led by Filip Volckaert (KU Leuven, Belgium) and Marco Andrello (CNR, Italy).

Apply to attend the training school using this form by 28th February 2023. There are a limited number of places available.

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