Seminar: Innovative Mouse Models - from genetic engineering to tissue humanization
The development of sophisticated genetically modified mouse and rat models has aided biomedical research immensely. Moving beyond simple knockouts, newer models incorporate humanization of genes or even cells and tissues.
Learn more about the technologies used to make these advanced models as well as the growing applications in the areas of oncology, immunology, metabolism and vaccine development.
Dr Megan MacBride, Taconic: Advanced Genetically Modified Models for Oncology and Immunology Research - from genetically humanized to tissue humanized models.
Dr Adriano Flora, TaconicArtemis: Complex Modifications of the Mouse Genome; technologies and applications
Dr Martin Rottenberg, Karolinska Institutet, MTC: Humanized Mice as a Model to Study Human Immunity
The seminar is free of charge. Coffee is served in the morning, refreshments and lunch after the seminar.
Please register your participation before November 14th, 2013.
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