Upcoming INFRAFRONTIER training courses
Tuesday, 4 April 2017
Partners of the INFRAFRONTIER Research Infrastructure offer unique training opportunities in mouse phenogenomics, genome editing and cryopreservation technologies.
Would you like to learn how to choose, create and analyse your best mouse model? Do you have a sufficient background in mouse functional genomics to lead as best your research?
This international training of excellence provides engineers, PhDs and researchers with an innovative program focused on best practices in the use of the mouse model biomedical and scientific research. Reach us and you will gain crucial skills required to use as best mutant mice and support you in your research!
Registration open! Early bird dead line : March 31st
Czech Centre for Phenogenomics CCP
This unique workshop provides the introduction and practical hands-on of integrated metabolomics workflows, employing the techniques of cellular energy metabolism (Agilent Seahorse XF), detailed metabolomic analysis by LC/MS Q-TOF and the translation of cell culture results into a living mouse model using indirect calorimetry. Results from integrated experimental model, employing all the three techniques will be presented.
- Introduction into experimental workflow design
- Assay of cellular metabolism in real-time
- Mass spectrometry metabolomics
- Indirect calorimetry technique
Practical hands-on in groups:
- Agilent Seahorse XFp
- Agilent LC/MS Q-TOF
- Indirect Calorimetry
Place: Czech Centre for Phenogenomics, Vestec/Prague, Czech Republic
Application deadline: 20 April 2017
Participants: A maximum of 30 participants
Course fee: 50 € (includes: coffeebreaks, lunches, social dinner, reagents & consumables for hands-on session, participant bag)
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
UAB's 3rd training course on mouse and rat bone phenotyping
Barcelona, Spain, 10-13 July 2017
Objective of the course
The aim of this course is capacitating participants to localize and to interpret the most common skeletal alterations found in mice and rats. This will occur in the context of dedicated learning sessions devoted to the study of bone anatomy, histology, immunohistochemistry, ultrastructure and imaging. Each lecture will be followed by a practical session in which participants will work with real bone specimens, radiographs, histological preparations, and images from TEM and micro-CT. In addition, the course will include seminars where specific skeletal abnormalities found in mutant mice will be discussed.
Course coordinator: Jesús Ruberte, Professor of Veterinary Anatomy. Head of the Mouse Imaging Platform and Morphological Analysis Unit, CBATEG, UAB
Registration deadline: 25 May 2017
Tuition fee: 950 €
Maximum number of participants: 15
Applications should be sent to email@example.com
University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna
The Institute of Laboratory Animal Science and Biomodels Austria at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna offer a comprehensive course on cryopreservation, embryo transfer and other methods of assisted reproduction in mice. The course is intended to give technicians and scientists state-of-the-art background knowledge and hands-on training in the methods routinely used at the Vetmeduni Vienna. The course will include theory lectures, hands-on practical training and demonstrations.