The programme will cover statistical methodologies and bioinformatics tools used in genomics and metagenomics in the context of a comprehensive approach to pathological mechanisms.
The course will include lectures by guest speakers as well as hands-on computer sessions* with experts in the field.
The course is intended for researchers, engineers, PhD students and post-docs already involved in or planning to start their research project in the field of genomics for medical research.
The Summer School is limited to 20 participants, in order to ensure the highest quality during the practical sessions.
* Participants must bring their own laptop
The Summer School starts on Monday, 2:00 PM and ends on Thursday, 6:00 PM.
No accommodation during the week-end. The campus is closed during the week-end.
Fees & Registration :
- Academic sector : 1100 €
- Special bursaries for PhD students and early postdoc (being in their 1st year of postdoctorate) : 500 € each upon selection
- Private sector : 1800 €
Fees include training sessions, accommodation and meals from October 18-21, 2021.
Accommodation will be in single rooms in priority ;however it might be in twin rooms according the availabilities of rooms, for late registrees.
The summer school is eligible for continuing professional training ; to this purpose, the department of continuing training of the University of Evry Paris-Saclay will contact you in order to set a training agreement.
Topics & Speakers
Conference’s Topics and Speakers
Practical Sessions Instructors
Topic : An introduction to browsing genes and genomes with Ensembl
Topic : “GALAXY: Quality control, alignment and variant calling”
Fariza TAHI & Guillaume POSTIC
University of Evry Paris-Saclay
Topic : « Bioinformatics tools for non-coding RNAs »
Guillem RIGAILL, Inrae and Arnaud LIEHRMANN
Topic: Statistical methods in genome analysis
All participants will reside on the “campus des Berges de Seine” in Seine-Port.
Campus des Berges de Seine
1 route de Beaulieu (D39)
For more information, check the campus des Berges de Seine’s website :