The European Society
of Human Genetics

ESHG Courses

Courses co-organized and/or supported by ESHG

Below is a list of courses which are supported and/or (co-)organised by the ESHG. ESHG Fellowships are available.

Course City Date Organisers Downloads/Links
Introduction to the statistical analysis of genome-wide association studies London, UK January 25-January 29, 2021 I.Prokopenko, A.P. Morris, R. M├Ągi, K. Fisher, M. Kaakinen

Courses in collaboration with the European School of Genetic Medicine (ESGM)

The European Society of Human Genetics (ESHG) has developed a partnership with the European School of Genetic Medicine (ESGM), in order to promote advanced training in human-medical genetics and preventive medicine in Europe. The European School of Genetic Medicine organizes courses in the charming venues of Bertinoro (Italy). These courses began in 1988 with the first course in Medical Genetics of the European School of Genetic Medicine directed by Prof. Victor A. McKusick.

More information and contact: www.ceub.it

Jessica Bazzoli, Email: jbazzoli(at)ceub.it 
Tel: +39 0543 446500, Fax: +39 0543 446557

Upcoming courses are below. ESHG Fellowships are available.

CourseCityDateOrganisersLinks
Clinical Genomics and NGS
Course
Virtual EventMay 6-7 & May 10-11, 2021Han Brunner, Christian Gilissen, Alexander Hoischen, Tommaso Pippucci, Brunhilde Wirth
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Course in Hereditery CancerBertinoroSeptember 20-24, 2021 Nicoline Hoogerbrugge, Elke Holinsky-Feder, Hildegunn Vetti, Carla Oliveira, J. Bazzoli, G. Romeo

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Basic and Advanced Course in Genetic CounselingBertinoroMay 01-05, 2022Francesca Forzano and Christophe Cordier

The ESHG regularly supports and/or co-organises the following courses

  • Clinical Genomics and NGS Course, Bertinoro (in cooperation with the CEUB)
  • Eye Genetics Course, Bertinoro (in cooperation with the CEUB)
  • Basic and Advanced Course on Genetic Counselling, Bertinoro (in cooperation with the CEUB)
  • Course in Hereditary Cancer Genetics, Bertinoro (in cooperation with the CEUB)
  • Cardiac Genetics Training Course, Manchester/Antwerp (in cooperation with the Manchester Centre for Genomic Medicine and the Universities of Antwerp and Nijmegen)
  • Introduction to the statistical analysis of GWAS, London (in cooperation with the Imperial College London)
  • Basics in Human Genetic Diagnostics - A course for CLGs in education, changing locations (in cooperation with the University of Jena)

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