Join us to the 1st MarMaRa Summer school at Polytech, Luminy Campus on ""Rare Diseases at the Omics era: Current tools for frequent challenges" Monday 11 to Wednesday 13 July 2022
New sequencing methods represent a major advance for the study of rare diseases. However, it is becoming increasingly important to integrate data from multiple sources to improve the molecular analysis and diagnosis of these diseases. The objective of the "Rare diseases at the Omics era: current tools for frequent challenges" is to present the contribution of sequencing and multi-omics methods to rare disease analyses.
Who can apply ?
The school is open to all, free of charge , with priority to students and young researchers (Master, PhD students, engineers, etc).
What will you learn ?
During this summer school, you will discover rare diseases and how sequencing methods, associated with multi-omics approaches , can be used to describe them from a molecular point of view and contribute to the diagnosis and management of patients.
Day 1 - Monday 11 July:
The school will start with an introduction on rare diseases (ecosystem, technological approaches, human and social sciences approach). The afternoon will focus on variants and sequencing technologies.
Day 2 - Tuesday 12 July:
The 2nd day will open with a session on single cell and transcriptomics (experimental & bioinformatics of single cell technologies; single cell application to cardiac development analysis). A practical session is planned for the afternoon (limited places).
Day 3 - Wednesday 13 July:
The last day will include a session on epigenetics (pathologies of repeated sequences, single-cell epigenomics, omics data integration).
The Summer School will end with a hike in the Calanques, easily accessible from the Luminy campus.
You can download the flyer of the event in the right column.
Online registration (free but mandatory) here