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17 to 18 November 2020, MRC Harwell Institute, Harwell, UK
This course provides an introduction to basic pathology terminology and how to recognise physiological and pathological changes in mouse tissues sections stained with H&E. It will include an introduction to background pathology in mice, how spontaneous and induced pathology can be distinguished and techniques for recording pathology data. It is aimed at research staff, technical staff, students and medical or veterinary pathology trainees with some experience of evaluating tissue sections using a light microscope.
You want to learn more about gene editing and how it really works? You want to hear about current advances on many technical aspects and to optimize the RNA guide design to the genotyping analysis?
From 16th to 18th October 2018 MRC Harwell offers a practical training course in transgenic technology. The course is aimed at newcomers to the transgenic field or those looking to brush up their skills. Participants will have practical hands on experience in a technique that will enable them to generate their own mutant mouse models using CRISPR/CAS9 reagents.
At the end of August, the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna will offer a comprehensive course on cryopreservation, embryo transfer and other methods of assisted reproduction of mice. The advanced training course is intended to give state-of-the-art background knowledge and hands-on training used at Vetmeduni Vienna to technicians and scientists (post-graduate) working in the field of animal research and scientific experiments.
Partners of the INFRAFRONTIER Research Infrastructure offer unique training opportunities in mouse phenogenomics, genome editing and cryopreservation technologies.
INFRAFRONTIER, the European Research Infrastructure for phenotyping and archiving of model mammalian genomes is opening a call to facilitate access for the wider biomedical research community to the unique infrastructure and scientific expertise of the INFRAFRONTIER mouse clinics. INFRAFRONTIER offers the testing of mouse mutant lines through a broad based primary phenotyping pipeline in all the major adult organ systems and most areas of major human disease. Access will be granted on the basis of scientific excellence and supports the development and in depth characterisation of new mouse models for investigating gene function and human pathophysiology. INFRAFRONTIER will provide open access to all newly developed disease models and phenotyping data.
The preliminary programme for the Anatomical Bases of Mouse Multimodal Imaging Course, which will be held at the Czech Centre for Phenogenomics (CCP) has been announced.
This 5 day hands-on course will be led by Jesús Ruberte and Marc Navarro, authors of the textbook ‘Morphological Mouse Phenotyping: Anatomy, Histology and Imaging’.
INFRAFRONTIER, the European Research Infrastructure for phenotyping and archiving of model mammalian genomes, offers an excellent training opportunity in mouse metabolic phenotyping. The course will be run by the German Mouse Clinic (GMC) based at the Helmholtz Centre Munich (https://www.mouseclinic.de/index.html), and will cover state of the art phenotyping assays used in the energy metabolism, diabetes, clinical chemistry and pathology screens of the GMC. All assays are routinely applied in systemic phenotyping projects of the GMC, and in part also in the phenotyping pipeline of the International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium (IMPC). The course will be run by highly experienced scientists of the GMC, and involve presentations and extensive discussions of assays, experimental design and data analyses.
A course on primary phenotyping of mouse embryos will take place at the Institute Clinique de la Souris, November 25-27, 2015.
The course is aimed at providing a theoretical and practical background knowledge destined for researchers and engineers that are willing to acquire primary expertise in mouse development. The topics will cover dissection of post implant embryos, histology, whole mount Lac Z staining and confocal imaging of whole embryos.
The course is intended to give animal technologists hands-on experience of the murine embryo and spermatozoa freezing techniques routinely used at Harwell. In addition, delegates will gain experience of a simple and robust in vitro fertilization procedure.