Mouse Models for Human Disease Workshop
Stated cost is inclusive of 4 nights accommodation (Monday to Thursday), transfers to Advance, evening meals and workshop dinner.
Mouse News Letter Bursaries are available for participants to attend our Mouse Models for Human Disease Workshop. To find out more, please check the relevant box when filling in your application.
Alternative options inclusive of 5 nights accommodation or without accommodation are also available:
- £2255 includes 5 nights accommodation (Sunday to Thursday), transfers to Advance, evening meals and workshop dinner.
- £1300 without accommodation or transfers to Advance, but includes workshop dinner.
This 5-day workshop is aimed at Early Career Researchers (Post-Doctoral and PhD level) who are currently working in mouse genetics research laboratories or who intend to move into this field.
The Mouse Models for Human Disease Workshop will bring together a team of experienced mouse geneticists who will guide you through the process of designing and implementing a mouse research project plan and the subsequent data analysis.
Topics covered during the workshop include:
- Mouse Genetics
- Mouse Strain Generation
- Conditional Transgenic Models
- Sourcing and Archiving Mice
- Experimental Design
- Breeding Strategies
- Phenotyping Pipelines
- Data Analysis
There will also be lectures from invited speakers across a broad range of mouse genetics research.
Corporate Sponsorship of the Mouse Models for Human Disease Workshop is available; please contact Liz Bentley (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further details.
Participants for the Mouse Models for Human Disease Workshop will be selected based on responses to the expression of interest questions, which should be completed during the application process.
Deadline for Application: 31st July 2023.
Chosen Participants will be notified by the 10th of August 2023
Payment Deadline: 20th August 2023
For further information or enquiries please contact Liz Bentley (email@example.com).
Who is this for?
- PhD students
- Early Career Researchers