CCP @ “Science and research in the fight against the SARS-CoV-2 / Covid-19 pandemic”

08. 07. 2020 News PR

The Czech Centre for Phenogenomics participates in the conference “Science and research in the fight against the SARS-CoV-2 / Covid-19 pandemic mouse models for studying infections such as SARS-CoV-2 and their treatments – Research infrastructure as part of critical infrastructure of the state”. CCP will be represented by Radislav Sedlacek who will deliver a presentation…

PATHBIO Free Online Courses

23. 06. 2020 Course Event News

We hereby announce the last opportunity to apply for the on-line PATHBIO Course on Mouse Anatomy, Embryology, Histology and the Anatomical Basis of Imaging. 37 leading mouse researchers and mouse anatomists and pathologists from all Europe and North America will teach on-line in this course. Thanks to the support by the Knowledge Alliance Erasmus+ Action,…

Radislav Sedláček elected new Chair of the ESFRI SWG on Health and Food

20. 05. 2020 Uncategorized

The delegations of EU Member States and Associated Countries to the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) elected Assoc. Prof Radislav Sedláček new Chair of the ESFRI Strategy Working Group on Health and Food (ESFRI H&F SWG). The working group represents the ESFRI expert platform, which focuses on roadmapping and landscape analysis of European…

2nd CCP Phenogenomics Conference

13. 05. 2020 Event News

2nd CCP Phenogenomics Conference Vestec (Czech Republic), 17 – 18 September 2020 Dear Colleagues, It is my great pleasure to invite you to the second CCP Phenogenomics Conference. The thematic focus of this year’s conference is on topics around gene variants of the coding and non-coding part of genome & gene networks and combinatory phenotypes.…

Call to support COVID-19 researcher projects by priority access to CCP

06. 05. 2020 Call Service

Czech Centre for Phenogenomics (IMG CAS) offers immediate support to COVID-19 researcher projects by priority access to the national large research infrastructure. CCP generates rodent models related to diagnosis, treatment and prevention of COVID-19 virus infection (e.g. several serine protease mouse mutant lines). Project proposals can be submitted by email to Proposals will be…

New research jobs in CCP

10. 02. 2020 Information Jobs

We would like to announce new jobs available in CCP. We are currently seeking candidates for the positions of a Unit head for lung phenotyping and Research specialist in immunology. For more details please see our CAREER page.

CCP CRISPR course 2020

10. 02. 2020 Course Event

TWO LAST VACANCIES FOR THE SECOND MODULE (CRISPR GENE EDITING COURSE). REGISTER A.S.A.P. Date: 27 – 29 April 2020 Place: Czech Centre for Phenogenomics, BIOCEV campus, Prumyslova 595, Vestec, Czech Republic The course is divided into two individual modules: 1) Ensembl browser workshop, and 2) CRISPR gene editing course.Participation in an individual module is possible;…

Programing in R course / Master the R/Tidyverse

23. 01. 2020 Course Event

Date: 10 – 11 March 2020 Place: BIOCEV, Prumyslova 595, Vestec, seminar room yellow & blue (U2.020A + U2.020B) Registration fee: 1,500 CZK (including VAT) Master the R/Tidyverse is a two-day workshop focused on boosting your data analysis and visualization expertise. We will use R (, a free environment for statistical computing, and particularly its…

“How to publish in peer-reviewed journals” Practical Course

10. 01. 2020 Course Event

The Czech Centre for Phenogenomics  in collaboration with Tress Academic invites you to  “How to publish in peer-reviewed journals” Practical Course  Vestec, BIOCEV campus, 12th – 14th February 2020   Course content: This 3-day course supports academic authors in preparing and writing a paper for an international peer-reviewed  journal. Participants learn step-by-step all relevant stages…

Czech Centre for Phenogenomics became a member of the EurOPDX Consortium

17. 12. 2019 Information PR

EurOPDX consortium, founded in 2013, currently brings together 14 research centres and universities dealing with cancer research. The main objective of the consortium is to build a large collection of mouse PDX (patient derived xenograft) models that would cover the widest possible range of different types of cancer, and to improve standards in preclinical research.…

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