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Updated acknowledgement of CCP in research outputs

19. 02. 2024 Information News

The Czech Centre for Phenogenomics receives funding from public providers, which allows CCP to offer state-of-the-art services and technologies to its users. Therefore, all the work performed at CCP should be acknowledged by users in their outputs (publications, presentations etc.). This acknowledgement provides an evidence of the impact of CCP on quality of research and…

ASGENT continues supporting CCP research on Angelman syndrome in 2024

16. 02. 2024 Information News

On the occasion of the International Angelman Syndrome Day, Radislav Sedlacek, director of the Czech Centre fo Phenogenomics, received yesterday a cheque in the amount of CZK 1 million for the continuation of Angelman syndrome research using mouse models from the Association of Gene Therapy (ASGENT), which has long supported this research.At the same time,…

Jobs available in CCP

14. 02. 2024 Information Jobs

HEAD OF CARDIOVASCULAR UNIT Successful candidate will be part of an international team with dedicated and professional attitude and has to fulfill the following requirements: Job description at the Cardiovascular Unit (https://www.phenogenomics.cz/phenotyping/cardiovascular/): Leading, Conducting ,and Supervising Experiments: Leading and overseeing cardiovascular experiments, ensuring high scientific standards and adherence to relevant protocols; ensurign collaboration with other…

Meet the new deputy director of the Czech Centre for Phenogenomics

Interview with Jan Procházka Jan Procházka, PhD has been appointed as the new deputy director of the Czech Centre for Phenogenomics (CCP). Jan leads the Phenotyping Module aiming at standardized, systematic characterization of mouse models as well as preclinical research and development. During his three-year postdoctoral fellowship at University of California Jan worked on tissue…

Czech Centre for Phenogenomics in the 2023 Roadmap of Large Research Infrastructures

07. 11. 2023 Information News

The Czech Centre for Phenogenomics is listed in the Roadmap of Large Research Infrastructures of Czech Republic for the years 2023 – 2026. The updated Roadmap was published by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports.

Public opening of the panel exhibition Gene Age

27. 09. 2023 Information News

The public opening of the exhibition, which will be conducted by moderator Daniel Stach, will take place on 7th October 2023 at 14:00 at Smíchovská náplavka. For updates on the event, follow the event on Facebook or LinkedIn, where you can also confirm your attendance. Original documentation on the discovery of DNA will be available…

5th CCP Phenogenomics Conference is over

20. 09. 2023 Information News

Thank you all, speakers, attendees and company representatives for contributing to the success of our annual event. The Conference provided again an excellent opportunity to support networking and interactions among the researchers, CCP staff, users and experts from the commercial sector. The hybrid Conference was attended by 158 participants. The Abstract book in PDF is…

Last days to register for the 5th CCP Phenogenomics Conference 2023

29. 08. 2023 Information News

Do not miss the opportunity to meet excellent speakers in the areas of rare diseases, experimental models, delivery of therapies, and non-coding elements at the 5th CCP Phenogemics Conference 2023. The participation in the scientific part of the conference is free of charge for all academic participants, including refreshment (coffee breaks and light lunches). The…

Full programme of the 5th CCP Phenogenomics Conference 2023 has been published

27. 07. 2023 Information News

Explore the varied programme on the conference website. Two days of excellent talks. The participation in the scientific part of the conference is free of charge for all academic participants. Register and submit your abstract by 20th August 2023.

Answer of the European Commission to ECI “Save Cruelty-Free Cosmetics – commit to a Europe without animal testing”

26. 07. 2023 Information News

The European Commission has replied to the European Citizen Initiative. HERE you have the whole document to download, but briefly these are the main conclusions:  The Commission outlines the following actions to further reduce animal testing in response to specific objectives of the European citizens’ initiative: EARA has also published an article welcoming the response: https://www.eara.eu/post/eara-welcomes-the-rejection-of-eu-reduction-targets-for-animal-research-by-commission

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