Learn how to extract DNA from a variety of specimen types and how to analyse data for taxonomic research. The course is designed for environmental taxonomists and PhD students by the Museum's molecular biology experts.
February 17-21 2014 or March 3-7 2014
Natural History Museum, London.
Note: All 2014 courses are currently full
The course will provide the practical skills, understanding and expertise necessary to obtain DNA from a variety of specimen types and an introduction to analysing molecular data.
The course will cover
Participants may wish to bring specific specimens they wish to include in the training.
There will be
Please download and complete the and return by the closing date, January 10 2014.
The course is available to all environmental sciences students or junior environmental taxonomists.
There are places available on each course and priority will be given to those with NERC funding.
For further information about this course please contact:
Laboratory Manager overseeing the day-to-day running of the DC lab, Alex is responsible for procurement of consumables, inductions, teaching, and expert training in molecular biology techniques. Alex is the contact for all DC2 user enquiries about training, support and troubleshooting.