DanStem PhD course on Signalling in Embryonic Development and Stem Cells – University of Copenhagen

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17 July 2015

DanStem PhD course on Signalling in Embryonic Development and Stem Cells

PhD course

DanStem offers an annual PhD course, organized together with The Danish Research Programme on Molecular Mechanisms of Disease, (MoMeD) (http://momed.ku.dk/). This year we offer a combination of practical/theoretical course, with hands on experience.

Learning objectives

  • Describe key developmental signalling pathways and their interactions.
  • Explain commonalities and differences between embryonic development and stem cells.
  • Plan, conduct, analyse, and draw conclusions from gain- and loss-of-function experiments in embryos and stem cells.
  • Handle, differentiate, and analyse embryonic stem cells.
  • Handle zebrafish embryos and analyse developmental phenotypes.
Date
09 – 13 November 2015
9:00 – 18:00, Monday to Friday 

Course location
DanStem (Panum bygning 6, 4.tv)
Course organizers:
Palle Serup, Professor, DanStem University of Copenhagen palle.serup@sund.ku.dk
Elke Ober, Associate Professor, DanStem University of Copenhagen elke.ober@sund.ku.dk 

To find out more, please click HERE