The second edition of the summer course “Integrating ‘Omics’ Technologies into Aquatic Ecology: New perspectives in Metagenomic, Metabolomic and Bioinformatic applications in the study of aquatic ecosystems” will be held between the 25th and 29th of June 2018 at S. Michele all’Adige (Italy). All information and detailed program can be found in:
The summer course flyer van be downloaded here.
Nico Salmaso (firstname.lastname@example.org), Claudio Donati (email@example.com)
An invitation by Nico Salmaso, (Fondazione Edmund Mach, Trento, Italy):
IRSAE Summer School :
Integrating ‘Omics’ Technologies into Aquatic Ecology. New perspectives in Metagenomic, Metabolomic and Bioinformatic applications in the study of aquatic ecosystems.
The course is aimed to provide both the theoretical foundations and examples of applications of the “Omics” in aquatic ecology, with a focus on the genetic analysis of genomes (metagenomics), proteins and metabolites (proteomics, metabolomics) in biological and environmental aquatic samples. These topics are relevant not only for the advancement of freshwater ecology, but also for the monitoring and management of water resources and the associated biological communities.
Where: S. Michele all’Adige, Fondazione Edmund Mach, Istituto Agrario di S. Michele all’Adige (FEM), Trento, Italy.
Local responsibles for the course: Nico Salmaso (FEM, Hydrobiology) , Claudio Donati (Computational Biology)
Deadline for registrations is 4th June, 2017.
You can download the Flyer and see more details in the Website of the Summer School.