MONDAY JUNE 12ST

Morning Lectures: Population studies and human disease

Introduction to Population Genetics – John Novembre

GWAS overview – Eleftheria Zeggini

From genes to pathways to therapeutic opportunities and a better understanding of the human immune system - John Todd

 Afternoon Workshops

Population Structure/Signature of Selection

GWAS analysis 

TUESDAY JUNE 13ST

Morning Lectures: Applications of DNA and RNA sequencing

Whole Genome Sequencing – Goncalo Abecasis

Insights from Next Generation Sequencing - Thomas Meitinger

The genomic and functional architecture of human complex traits and diseases - Nicole Soranzo

Afternoon Workshops

NGS variant calling 

Variants databases 

WEDNESDAY JUNE 14ST

Morning Lectures: Immunogenetics

The genetics of multiple sclerosis - Stephen Sawcer

Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases: From Genes to Clinics - Nima Rezaei

Noncoding RNAs in aging physiology and disease - Myriam Gorospe

Free Afternoon

THURSDAY JUNE 15ST

Morning Lectures: Genetic studies in population isolates

to be defined – Agnar Helgason

From GWAS to function: The example of the Sardinia founder population – Francesco Cucca

to be defined 

Afternoon Workshops

RNA sequencing and analysis

Microbiome

FRIDAY JUNE 16ST

Morning Lectures: Genetics of aging

Genetics of Aging – David Schlessinger

to be defined - Myles Axton

Students Presentations

Adjourn and Departure 

 

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