To provide students with theoretical and empirical knowledge on the evolution of our species and its genetic diversity.
To understand advanced methods in molecular and population genetics applied to human evolution.
- Introduction to genomic data
- A genetic and paleoanthropological view of human origins
- Evolutionary and cultural forces shaping human genomic diversity
- Neutral diversity and demography inference
- Natural selection at a genome-wide scale
- Evolution and infectious diseases
- Genetics of infectious diseases and human migrations
- Human genetics and evolutionary medicine
Students must have a master 1 in biology or an equivalent medical degree.
Evelyne HEYER, Professeure MNHN - UMR 7206 - Anthropologie Génétique
Lluis Quintana-Murci, Professeur Institut Pasteur - UMR 2000 Human Evolutionary Genetics
Biology, genetic, anthropology, evolution.
Dates : 14th-18th november 2022
Number of hours : 30h
Delivery type :
Classroom, teaching resources might be available on the MNHN distance-learning platform.
Course given in English
Location : Musée de l'Homme
Individual : 300 €
Public sector: 600 €
Private sector : 1200€
MNHN employees : free
Contact et inscription
For registration send an E-mail to Evelyne Heyer