Participants in the international practical course “Genome Editing and Imaging of Fish and Amphibians” will learn standard biological research skills and up-to-date techniques using medaka, Xenopus and iberian ribbed newt. Guest speakers will talk about emerging research topics using these organisms and related topics to genome editing and imaging. Participants will discuss and exchange information regarding their use with lecturers and seminar speakers. Furthermore, it is hoped that interaction among participants will create expanded research networks.
We are now calling for course applications from young researchers and graduate students who are interested. A maximum of 16 applicants will be chosen to participate in this course. Please send your application to the course administration office by email (email@example.com
). We look forward to receiving your application.
・Husbandry (Lectures and Experiments Using Medaka, Xenopus and Iberian Ribbed Newt)
・Genome Editing (Lectures and Experiments Using Medaka, Xenopus and Iberian Ribbed Newt)
・Molecular Works for Genome Editing (Lectures)
・Microinjection (Lectures and Experiments Using Medaka, Xenopus and Iberian Ribbed Newt)
・Regeneration Experiments (Lectures and Demonstrations Using Amphibians)
・Cryopreservation/Artificial Insemination (Lectures and Experiments Using Medaka and Xenopus)
・Imaging: Light-Sheet Microscope/Laser Confocal Microscope (Lectures and Experiments Using Medaka and Xenopus)
・In vivo Cell Manipulation (IR-LEGO) (Lectures and Experiments Using Medaka and Xenopus)
・Behavioral Assay (Lectures and Experiments Using Medaka)
・Seminars Related to Fish and Amphibian Research
Date: September 20th
(Thu) - 29th
Venue: National Institute for Basic Biology, Okazaki, Japan
Costs: Registration fee of 30,000JPY, which includes some meals and course materials.
Accommodation costs for Mishima Lodge (Institute guest house) will be provided.
Participation: Maximum of 16 participants (Pending selection process.)
For more details and application form, please visit the website below:
Kiyoshi Naruse (NIBB/NBRP-Medaka/IBBP)
Hajime Ogino (Hiroshima Univ./NBRP-Xenopus)
Yasuhiro Kamei (NIBB/ABiS)
Ken-ichi T. Suzuki (Hirosima Univ./NIBB/iNewt)
Toshinori Hayashi (Tottori Univ./iNewt)
Satoshi Ansai (NIBB)
Kiyoshi Tatematsu (NIBB)
Pung-Pung Hwang (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)