Expertise in genomic technologies is now essential for high-quality life science research.
These technologies are still evolving very rapidly and therefore require in-depth, continuous training to ensure high-quality analyses and results. To address these challenges, GenoScreen has used its in-house skills to develop cutting-edge training courses in all fields of genomic analysis.

The GenoScreen advantage

    • Proprietary training content.
    • Customized programs and teaching methods, to match your objectives.
    • Active, participatory training courses delivered by experts, for rapid, efficient implementation in practice.
    • Individual or group training courses (up to 12 people).

GenoScreen is an accredited training organization (reference: 31 59 06657 59 DRTEFP, Lille, France). All our training courses are eligible for inclusion in France’s personal and professional training schemes.

GenoScreen’s service offering

Targeted metagenomics (Theoretical and practical)

Analytical approach for the high-throughput study of microbial communities.

pdfFind out more about the training program (french).

Exclusive expertise in the molecular microbiology of M. tuberculosis

Since 2006, GenoScreen has developed widely acknowledged expertise in the molecular microbiology of the tuberculosis pathogen. This has now translated into the development of innovative analytical and typing tools (MIRU-VNTR, etc.).

Our training courses will enable you to better calibrate sequencers and set up more detailed microbiological typing of M. tuberculosis.

The training program

  • Theoretical aspects: the principle of MIRU-VNTR typing
  • Practical aspects: training in the use of MIRU-VNTR kits
  • Implementation: training in the calibration of ABI sequencers
  • Data import & analysis: training in the use of GeneMapper® software
  • Data exploitation: training in the use of the MIRU-VNTR online analysis tool

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The course dates

March 2020: March 17 to 24

Linux and the command line - Ref: GFBCMD Tuesday, March 17 (day)
NGS Data Quality Control - Ref : GFBQCN Wednesday, March 18 (am)
De novo assembly - Ref: GFBASN Wednesday 18 March (pm)
Annotation - Ref : GFBADS Thursday 19 March (am)
BLAST Mastery - Ref: GFBMBBB Thursday, March 19 (pm)
Variant detection - Ref: GFBMUT Friday, March 20 (day)
Metagenomics (Theory) - Ref : GFMBMC Monday, March 23 (pm)
Metagenomics (Practice) - Ref : GFMBMC Tuesday, March 24 (day)

June 2020: June 9 to 16

Linux and the command line - Ref: GFBCMD Tuesday June 9 (day)
NGS Data Quality Control - Ref : GFBQCN Wednesday, June 10 (am)
De novo assembly - Ref: GFBASN Wednesday 10 June (pm)
Annotation - Ref : GFBADS Thursday June 11 (am)
BLAST Mastery - Ref: GFBMBBB Thursday June 11 (pm)
Variant detection - Ref: GFBMUT Friday 12 June (day)
Metagenomics (Theory) - Ref : GFMBMC Monday, March 15 (pm)
Metagenomics (Practice) - Ref : GFMBMC Tuesday, March 16 (day)

October 2020: October 6 to 13

Linux and the command line - Ref: GFBCMD Monday, Oct. 6 (day)
NGS Data Quality Control - Ref : GFBQCN Tuesday, Oct. 7 (am)
De novo assembly - Ref: GFBASN Tuesday, Oct. 7 (pm)
Annotation - Ref : GFBADS Wednesday, Oct. 8 (am)
BLAST Mastery - Ref: GFBMBBB Wednesday, Oct. 8 (pm)
Variant detection - Ref: GFBMUT Thursday, Oct. 9 (day)
Metagenomics (Theory) - Ref : GFMBMC Monday, March 12 (pm)
Metagenomics (Practice) - Ref : GFMBMC Tuesday, March 13 (day)
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