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Metabarcoding spring school in French Alps

Final program

Eric Coissac

In the context of the european project EcoChange, the Laboratoire d’Ecologie Alpine (LECA) organizes a spring school about DNA Metabarcoding applied to biodiversity assessment and diet analysis.

We are pleased to present the final version of the

Metabarcoding spring school in French Alps

that will be in Pinsot from Marsh the 5th to the 9th.

The PDF of all presentation will be added to this site at the end of the school

Monday 5Tuesday 6 Wednesday 7Thursday 8Friday 9
9h - 10h Welcome Eric Coissac
Designing new metabarcodes
François Pompanon
Diet analysis using NGS
Pierre Taberlet
Biodiversity estimation from soil analysis
Astrid Schmidt
Assigning and interpreting on aDNA data from a past Greenland ecosystem
Kenneth Andersen
Taphonomy of Vertebrate Dirt DNA
10h - 11h Pierre Taberlet
Introduction to DNA metabarcoding
Christian Brockmann
Construction of curated taxonomic reference libraries for DNA metabarcoding
Shanlin Liu
Taxon diversity analysis for environmental insect samples using illumina hi-seq platform
Eric Coissac
From sequences to biodiversity
Lucie Zinger
Bacterial and Fungal biodiversity estimation
11h00 - 11h30 Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break
11h30 - 11h 45 Jonas Astrin
DNA barcoding at the Museum Koenig
Iliana Aglaia Bista
Enhancing freshwater ecosystem biomonitoring: Defining and testing a next generation sequencing biodiversity identification framework
Kristine Bohmann
From Swaziland to the UK - next generation sequencing on bat faeces
Séverine Drouhot
Trophic transfer, bioaccumulation and effects of contaminants in terrestrial food webs
11h45 - 12h 00 Sandra Baksay
Cat hair: silent witness of crime scene
Mihaela Ion
Standard and molecular methods used toward a better understanding of centipedes
Panagiotis Kasapidis
Diet analysis of the Mediterranean shag (Phalacrocorax aristotelis desmarestii) using conventional techniques and next generation sequencing
Sarah Leake
Human Identification through Analysis of the Salivary Microbiome
12h00 - 12h 15 Mailyn Gonzalez
Inventorying tropical rich ecosystems with DNA barcoding
Jakub Mrazek
Phylogeny of anaerobic gut fungi
Megan Paustian
Exploring the Role of Land snails in Ecosystems
Miroslaw Ratkiewicz
Habitat use and food preferences of a large herbivore: the moose, Alces alces in Poland revealed by radio-tracking and molecular diet analysis
12h15 - 12h 30 Eeva Soininen
Variability of vole food preferences - new insights using DNA metabarcoding
Tamara Těšitelová
Is orchid distribution limited by their mycorrhizal associations?
Cameron Turner
Investigating fish abundance through quantification of aqueous environmental DNA
Manuel Ruedi
Cryptic lineages or cryptic species in european barcoded bats (Chiroptera)?
12h30 - 12h 45 Martha Kaddumukasa
Identification of mosquito blood meals using cytochrome c oxidase and cytochrome b PCR
Violette Marchais
Benthic vs pelagic contribution in the diet of marine benthic primary consumers: a multi tool approach
Magdalena Guardiola
Molecular and morphological approaches to biodiversity assessment of soft bottom assemblages
Catharine Bruce
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12h45 - 14h30 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
14h30 - 17h30 Practical session :
Group A : Soil sampling
Group B : Marker design
Practical session :
Group A : Marker design
Group B : Soil sampling
Practical session :
Group A : DNA extraction
Group B : Data analysis
Practical session :
Group A : Data analysis
Group B : DNA extraction
Skiing afternoon
Twitter : @Metabarcoding
Editorial board
  • BRANDNER Melissa
    • University of Nordland
    • Bodø (Norway)
  • BROCHMANN Christian
    • National Centre for Biosystematics
    • Oslo (Norway)
  • CHARITON Anthony
    • CSIRO Land and Water
    • Lucas Heights NA (Australia)
  • DEAGLE Bruce
    • University of Victoria
    • Victoria (Canada)
  • Eric Coissac
    • LECA
    • Grenoble (France)
  • KASAPIDIS Panagiotis
    • Hellenic Center for Marine Research
    • Irakleion, Crete (Greece)
    • Université de Genève
    • Genève 4 (Switzerland)
  • TABERLET Pierre
    • LECA,
    • Grenoble (France)
    • Centre for GeoGenetics
    • Copenhagen (Denmark)
  • ZINGER Lucie
    • IBENS
    • Paris (France)
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