The XV edition of ReGeneC workshops will be the first under a hybrid training model. We will combine lectures and online classes for theoretical approaches, and thirteen days of face-to-face meetings for hands-on data analysis and project discussion sessions. The purpose of this combination of face-to-face and online teaching is to reaffirm and improve pedagogical skills and abilities for knowledge transfer..
The content of the program is divided into ten units that include topics on the genetic and conservation context, review of basic statistics, bioinformatics and genomics tools, molecular markers, advanced statistical tools, molecular phylogeny, demography and molecular ecology, relations of kinship and consanguinity.
During lectures and theoretical classes, participants will also learn about the applications of conservation genetics in the illegal trafficking of species, bioinvasions, as well as population management ex situ.