Presentation | DNA metabarcoding in biodiversity and conservation studies
Event to occur on Jun 4, at 2 PM, in room 103, of Building 12
On Jun 4, Professor Joe Taylor, from the University of Salford, UK, will be delivering the lecture DNA metabarcoding in biodiversity and conservation studies, in an effort to provide an overview of metabarcoding, its modes of operation and some considerations that must be taken for experiments. He will be using his own research methods into microbial communities (fungi, protists and bacteria) which show how the metabolism can be used along with stable isotope analysis techniques to address the functional diversity and taxonomic diversity.
Taylor is serving as a Visiting Professor under the Institutional Program of Internationalization PUCRS-PrInt (Call 03/2019 – Visiting Professor in Brazil). The event begins at 2 PM, in room 103, of Building 12, and is open to internal and external audiences. No early registration is required.