Molecular Ecology Techniques Training Course
This course is free for UK researchers whose scientific interests fall within the remit of the Natural Environment Research Council. Most participants have applied for access to the training and facilities at the NERC Biomolecular Analysis Facility but this is not always necessary.
The course consists of a week of practical work and is aimed at giving you basic molecular skills, in particular fluorescent microsatellite genotyping. The course is quite informal and flexible so we can also touch on Sanger sequencing and other techniques if required, as well as looking at individual projects.
Courses are held each year in the Spring and Winter, with an additional course often provided in the Summer.
Registering for the course
If you wish to attend a course, please complete the registration form (see link above) in which you are asked to provide a brief introduction to your project and advise us of the techniques in which you hope to obtain training. Please let us know your what dates you would be available and your prefered dates for the course. Please email your completed registration form to Dr Deborah Dawson (firstname.lastname@example.org)