Results for "medical research" (13)

Entry level mouse genetics for animal technicians and junior researchersHC554G01

Start Date18 Mar 2019
Duration2 Days
VenueOxfordshire
FeesFrom £330.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
This course is aimed at technical staff, students and researchers new to the field of mouse genetics. It covers the fundamental genetic knowledge required when working with genetically altered mice. This includes training in Mendelian gene inheritance, breeding plans, dominant and recessive alleles and mouse genetic...

Advanced Mouse Genetics for Colony Managers and Senior ResearchersHC555G01

Start Date20 Mar 2019
VenueOxfordshire
FeesFrom £330.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
The basis of genetic integrity and reproducibility in using genetically altered mouse strains for experimentation is the foundation of this course. Teaching will include the fundamentals of transgenesis, aspects of more complex genetics including multiple allele crosses, integrity of genetic backgrounds and overviews...

Genome editing in mice using CRISPR/Cas9HC548G03

Start Date22 Mar 2019
Duration1 Day
VenueOxfordshire
FeesFrom £165.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Through this CPD you will gain a background to the advancing technology of genome editing using the CRISPR/Cas9 system in mice. You will learn the most common systems in use work and give a practical understanding of both the advantages and the limitations of using genome editing for germline transgenesis in mice....

Mouse necropsy practical training courseHC518G04

Start Date25 Mar 2019
Duration1 Day
VenueOxfordshire
FeesFrom £165.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
This course is aimed at technical staff and students and provides a basic training in standard mouse necropsy procedures. It includes video footage, demonstrations and practical sessions presented by experienced technicians. The course covers the approach for the dissection and collection of 40 tissues (including...

Mouse tissue cut-in and processing practical training courseHC520G04

Start Date26 Mar 2019
Duration1 Day
VenueOxfordshire
FeesFrom £165.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
This course is aimed at technical staff and students and follows on from the one day mouse necropsy course. It covers considerations for the treatment of tissues collected at necropsy, some of the routinely used solutions and the cutting in of tissues in preparation for histological processing and embedding. The...

Gene expression technologiesHC508C04

Start Date27 Mar 2019
Duration2 Days
VenueYork
FeesFrom £157.50 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Gene expression technologies are central to a wide range of biological research projects, from medical research, such as looking at effects of drug candidates at the molecular level or understanding the cellular changes during cancer development, through to ecological work, such as measuring the changes in complex...

Collection and processing of mouse blood and urine samplesHC522G03

Start Date27 Mar 2019
Duration1 Day
VenueOxfordshire
FeesFrom £165.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
This course is aimed at technical staff and students. It covers the various considerations to take into account when requesting or collecting blood and urine samples from mice for routine diagnostic procedures (e.g. haematology, clinical chemistry and immunoassays) methods of sample collection, sample processing and...

An introduction to histologyHC551G02

Start Date28 Mar 2019
Duration1 Day
VenueOxfordshire
FeesFrom £165.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
This CPD is aimed at students, researchers and technical staff with an interest in histology – with an emphasis on the mouse. It covers the application of histology in research and the importance of using different techniques in processing, sectioning and staining. This CPD includes demonstrations and practical...

Introduction to proteomicsHC553G02

Start Date29 Mar 2019
Duration1 Day
VenueOxfordshire
FeesFrom £165.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
This is a one day course comprising of lectures and practical demonstrations, aimed at technical staff and students. It is intended to provide a basic understanding of how proteins are made, their functions, and approaches that can be used to investigate their various roles in biological systems.

Gene expression technologiesHC508

Gene expression technologies are central to a wide range of biological research projects, from medical research, such as looking at effects of drug candidates at the molecular level or understanding the cellular changes during cancer development, through to ecological work, such as measuring the changes in complex...

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