21 Nov

Audhumbla, VHC, Uppsala

Methods and applications for Next Generation Sequencing

seminars, workshops |

SLU Committee for Global Animal Diseases in collaboration with NGI, SciLifeLab welcomes you to a seminar about Next Generation Sequencing.



Introduction and presentation of services at National Genomics Infrastructure, SciLifeLab. Johanna Lagensjö and Christian Tellgren-Roth.


Short presentations of projects by SLU or SVA researchers followed by time for questions

  • Use of high-throughput sequencing to identify potential pathogenic tick- and batborne viruses circulating in nature. Anne-Lie Blomström, Department of Biomedical Sciences and Veterinary Public Health, SLU.

  • Mapping of chicken leukocytes with single cell RNA-seq. Eva Wattrang, SVA. 

  • Long-read amplicon sequencing facilitated mutation discovery and species identification. Paulius Baltrusis, Department of Biomedical Sciences and Veterinary Public Health, SLU. 


Coffee and mingle, the possibility to book a short meeting with project coordinators from National Genomics Infrastructure, SciLifeLab.

Sign up no later than November 14th if you want fika and/or a meeting with a project coordinator.

Register at the latest 14 November

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Time: 2022-11-21 13:00 - 16:00
City: Uppsala
Location: Audhumbla, VHC
Organiser: SLU Committee for Global Animal Diseases
Last signup date: 14 November 2022
Additional info:

Find your way

The seminar is held in room Audhumbla in the Centre for Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science. The lecture hall is at street level at the far end of VHC. Just walk straight ahead from the entrance. Here you can find a map of the campus.


Coffee will be served with the mingling at 15.00. 


If you have any questions about the seminar, please contact Frida Martin, head of CGD, at cgd@slu.se