Agilent European Metabolomics Seminar Tour in BIOCEV

The Czech Centre for Phenogenomics (IMG) together with Agilent Technologies invites you to the Metabolomics Workshop that will take place on Friday, October 11th 2019 in BIOCEV lecture hall. Learn more and register at explore.agilent.com/european-metabolomics-seminar-tour

Invitation – lecture by Prof Jan-Wilhelm Kornfeld

We would like to invite you to a lecture by Prof Jan-Wilhelm Kornfeld De.Coding Obesity – Control of liver metabolism by long noncoding RNAs The lecture will take place in BIOCEV lecture hall (U2.012) in the main building of BIOCEV in Vestec on June 28 2018 at 15:00. Prof. Kornfeld (http://www.kornfeldlab.com/) is ERC grantee hosted…

MicroCT workshop – March 27, 2018

26. 02. 2018 Course Education Event Lecture

Czech Centre for Phenogenomics and company RMI s.r.o. would like to invite you to an educational workshop „Use of microCT technique for biological applications“ that will be held in Czech Centre for Phenogenomics (CCP) at BIOCEV campus on Tuesday March, 27th 2018. Workshop will focus on getting the participants familiar with the microCT technique (computed…

3rd Programmable nucleases (CRISPR/Cas9) – Transgenesis Course

The course is designed to give practical, hands-on training in current technologies and methods employing programmable nucleases (CRISPR/Cas9) – mediated genome manipulations in the generation of mice mutants. Date: April 16-20, 2018 Place: Prague-Vestec (BIOCEV), Czech Centre for Phenogenomics (hosted by the Institute of Molecular Genetics) Participants will gain theoretical knowledge from our expert instructors…

2nd Programmable Nucleases Course – OPEN LECTURES

28. 03. 2017 Education Event Lecture

As part of the CCP programmable nuclease course, the following lectures will be open lectures. Lectures will be held in the main BIOCEV conference hall (Kinosál) Průmyslová 595, Vestec and selected lectures (Live at IMG) will be broadcasted live in the Milan Hašek Auditorium at IMG.   Monday 3rd April 16:15 Historical perspective – how…

Aging lecture by Petr Simecek

14. 06. 2016 Education Event Lecture

The Czech Centre for Phenogenomics, Institute of Molecular Genetics ASCR & BIOCEV cordially invite you to the lecture “What makes us old? Molecular signatures of aging in the Diversity Outbred mouse population”  by Petr Šimeček, Ph.D from The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, Maine, USA. The seminar will be held on Thursday 23rd June 2016 at…

Invitation – lecture by prof. Claudio Joazeiro

16. 05. 2016 Event Information Lecture

We would like to cordially invites you to a leture on Role of RING Domain E3 Ligases in Health and Disease by prof. Claudio Joazeiro, PhD. The lecture will take place in main lecture hall of BIOCEV in Vestec on Monday, May 16 starting at 14.30. Claudio Joazeiro Ph.D. studies the ubiquitin-proteasome system as a…

Invitation – JAX Tour in CCP / BIOCEV

27. 04. 2016 Event Information Lecture

We would like to invite you for JAX tour – 19 May 2016 by Peter Kelmenson, BA Technical Information Scientist, The Jackson Laboratory 9:00-10:00 Key differences among B6 substrains and the research impact The most widely used inbred strain, C57BL/6 (B6), has several substrains such as the B6J and the B6N and many assume them…

Spinning disk microscopy seminar

01. 02. 2016 Education Event Lecture

We would like to drive your attention to this seminar by Sasa Pospech from Andor – leading company in spinning disk microscopy solutions. The seminar will take take place in CCP building in Vestec on Feb 8, 2016 at 2 pm. Leaflet and information about registration are available here.

Application of microCT technique for biological applications – seminar

21. 12. 2015 Education Event Lecture

We would like to invite you for a seminar on application of microCT technique for biological applications in preclinical research that we are organizing together with the company RMI s.r.o. Participants of the workshop will learn basics of microCT technique (computed tomography), that allows nondestructive analysis of sample inner structure with high resolution. This technique…