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Advanced Courses CBA/ Ce3C 2015

CBA/ Ce3C* is organizing a new set of advanced courses to be held during 2014-2015. The goal of the Courses is the same as the ones that were held in previous years. These Courses are of high interest in the formation of students enrolling in the first year of the Doctoral Programmes in Biology (UL), Biodiversity, Genetics and Evolution (University of Lisbon and University of Porto) and Biology and Ecology of Global Changes (University of Lisbon and University of Aveiro), for whom they are free. The Courses can also be attended by post-graduate students of other Doctoral Programmes or master students in Biology and related areas, and others with basic adequate formation (e.g. 1st cycle in Biology or related areas). Details of each Course, including calendar, programme and inscription details are found by clicking the respective course name in the Link to the CBA website:

*From 2015 on CBA will give rise to Ce3C - Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes - integrating groups from other R&D units, CCIAM (Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Modeling) and the "Azorean Biodiversity Group"

The list of courses are presented below, as well as the respective teachers: Biodiversity and Plant Evolution - Helena Cotrim (Nov. 2014) R without fear: an R course in evolutionary ecology - Jordi Moya-Laraño (Nov. 2014) Practical course on Phylogenetics - Octávio Paulo (Jan. 2015) Lichens as a tool for interpretation of environmental changes - Cristina Máguas (Jan. 2015) Climate Change: scenarios, impacts and responses - Maria João Cruz & Nuno Grosso (Jan. 2015) Molecular Evolution - Rita Ponce & Teresa Nogueira (Feb.) Applied Methods in Biogeography - Paulo Borges & Pedro Cardoso (Feb.) Introduction to omics and their potential in health and science - Teresa Nogueira & Rita Ponce (Mar.-April) EvoS-2 - Filipa Vala (May) Natural History Collections and Biodiversity - Maria Judite Alves (June) Introduction to Biomimicry - Luísa Ferreira Nunes (June) Communication and Science - Luísa Ferreira Nunes (June) Practical course on Phylogeography - Octávio Paulo (July) Measuring Biodiversity - Joaquin Hortal (july, week to be announced) Island Biogeography - Ana Margarida Santos (july, week to be announced)