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NGS Workshop Sheffield 2014

16 Jul 2014 - 16 Jul 2014 - Sheffield, UK



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This inaugural Next Generation Sequencing Workshop is organised in partnership with Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and is part of a longer term annual Summer School. This NGS workshop will be structured as modules consisting of hands on tutorials that will allow a good understanding of NGS Theory, Platforms, Workflows and Analysis of NGS data. The workshop will also include a tour of a clinical laboratory where different NGS platforms are used to give participants a clear insight and a practical overview of workflows in the context of a clinical diagnostics setting.

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