University of Innsbruck

Überblick

Molecular approaches offer exciting possibilities to study trophic interactions. Within the last decade considerable progress has been made in DNA-based methodology to unravel who eats what including predator-prey, host-parasitoid and herbivore-plant interactions across ecosystems. This course provides a hands-on introduction to molecular trophic ecology and offers the opportunity to discuss how to best apply these methods to your own research project.

Info


Degree
Certificate of the university of Innsbruck

Duration/ECTS-Credits
1 Semester/ 7,5 ECTS-Credits

Start
February 2022

Language
English

Cost
950 EUR

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Lernziele

Lernziele

Graduates

  • will have a general background knowledge - both in theory and practice - for molecular assessment of trophic interactions
  • master the key techniques in the lab for the application of the methods needed
  • will be able to develop and evaluate
  • focus, besides DNA extraction, PCR and sequencing, on assay development and evaluation
Zielgruppe

Zielgruppe

  • International MSc students,
  • PhD-students and
  • Postdocs who are not studying/working at the university of Innsbruck
Voraussetzungen

Voraussetzungen

no special requirements

Kontakt

Kontakt

Julia Jenewein

Division for contiunuing education
Karl-Schönherr-Str. 3
6020 Innsbruck

  +43 512 507–39402

  weiterbildung@uibk.ac.at

Academic Supervision

assoc. Prof. Dr. Michael Traugott
Department of Zoology

Mag. Dr. Daniela Sint
Department of Ecology

Instructors  

assoc. Prof. Dr. Michael Traugott
Department of Zoology

Mag. Dr. Daniela Sint
Department of Ecology

Christiane Zeisler, MSc
Department of Ecology

Organisational Information

Dates

Schedule will be announced

Location

Universität Innsbruck

Department of Ecology

Technikerstraße 25
A-6020 Innsbruck

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