From 04/10/2018 to 10/10/2018

Alvisse Parc Hotel, 120 Route d'Echternach
1453 Luxembourg (Luxembourg)

Neurological syndromes from migraine to Alzheimer’s disease are affecting an increasing number of people. Large, international consortia have formed around the various syndromes to unravel their genetic architecture by taking advantage of decreasing costs of sequencing.

Clinical phenotyping is becoming a bottleneck in these collaborations as it requires the interplay of clinicians, medical informaticists and statistical geneticists, often in the absence of adequate funding. Neurological disorders present complex phenotypes with complex data acquisition and interpretation challenges.

This EMBO Practical Course reflects on design of phenotyping sheets, data management and stewardship in the context of large neurological studies with respect to secondary use, integration of existing data, harmonization, ethical consideration and transferability as well as statistical considerations for their analysis.


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