A webinar hosted by the Canadian Herpetology Society on Zoom.
eight pm EST on Wed 18 Nov 2020
Everybody welcome, freed from cost, however pre-registration is required.
To register please electronic mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contributors will likely be despatched a Zoom hyperlink for the occasion.
Data will even be posted on the Canadian Herp Society web site: http://canadianherpetology.ca/
More and more, environmental DNA (eDNA) approaches are being integrated into initiatives that search to detect and monitor wildlife and their pathogens. The lengthy listing of extremely fascinating attributes of eDNA approaches contains the relative ease and non-invasive nature of amassing samples. Nonetheless, eDNA approaches usually are not a panacea. They’re susceptible to poor research design, improper pattern assortment and storage, and a slate of potential points within the lab come time to check the samples utilizing PCR-based assays. It has been our collective expertise that many research that begin out with the perfect of intentions finish in meaningless and unpublishable eDNA outcomes, regularly because of avoidable pitfalls. Please be part of us for a short overview of what eDNA approaches entail adopted by a panel dialogue that may contact on sensible issues and up to date developments from each area and lab views.
Organizer and emcee: Dr. Danna Schock, Palustris Environmental
Overview presenter and panelist:
Dr. Laura Brannelly, College of Melbourne
Dr. John Wooden, Pisces Molecular
Dr. Alyssa Kaganer, Cornell College
Dr. Emily Corridor, Vanderbilt College Medical Middle
Dr. Travis Seaborn, College of Idaho
Dr. Maria Forzan, College of Lengthy Island