Hands-on Training Workshop on DNA Barcoding & Phylogenetics of Plants
About the Workshop: We propose to organize a hands-on training workshop on DNA Barcoding & Phylogenetics of Plants at ARI, Pune. The workshop will be focused on training researchers and students in phylogenetic theory and the application of phylogenetic methods (e.g. NJ, UPGMA, MP, ML & Bayesian analysis) in taxonomy, systematics and evolutionary studies in plants. Hands-on training on various molecular biological methods like genomic DNA extraction from plants, PCR, etc. will also be given during the workshop. In addition, the workshop will also cover basics and applications of DNA Barcoding, Molecular Markers and Next Generation Sequencing. Hands-on training on construction of phylogenetic trees will be given to the participants. Recent trends in molecular taxonomy of plants would also be discussed.
Duration: 5 days (17–21 October 2016).
Number of participants: 20
Who can apply: M.Sc. and Ph.D. students, Post Doc researchers, early career college and university teachers.
Workshop fee: Rs 8500 + 15% Service tax (Workshop fee includes only tuition fee, course material, and lunch).
Accommodation: The accommodation can be arranged for selected out-station candidates on payment basis.
Receipt of duly filled-in application form: 31 August 2016
Intimation to selected candidates: 9 September 2016
Receipt of fee from selected candidates: 20 September 2016
Receipt of fee from waitlisted candidates: 27 September 2016
Application form can be downloaded from ARI website: www.aripune.org
Selected candidates will be informed by e-mail and their names will be displayed on the ARI website. Patron: Dr K. M. Paknikar, Director, ARI. Organizers: Dr Ritesh Kumar Choudhary and Dr Abhishek Baghela, Biodiversity & Palaeobiology Group, MACSAgharkar Research Institute, Pune. Applications to be sent to: email@example.com Phone: +91-20-2532 5142; +91-20-2532 5105.
Note: Selection of candidates and cancellation of workshop will be solely at the discretion of the organizers, and no further correspondence shall be entertained in this regards.