This intermediate-level course provides a thorough overview of the field of next-generation sequencing, from its properties and strength and its major applications, to an overview of a typical sequencing workflow.
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Dr. Eléonore Fox
Eléonore is a PhD graduate in Medicine from the University of Cambridge. Her doctoral research focussed on respiratory diseases and intensive care. She has recently conducted a clinical research project on COVID-19 in order to analyse how the virus affects various types of immune cells in human blood. Prior to her completing her PhD, Eléonore has worked in cancer research for 4 years, both at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute of Harvard University and at the Rosalind and Goodman Research Center at McGill University. She also has experience of working in a pharmacological company, having worked for the Global Research and Development Department of Pfizer.
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