Research Cores Seminars and Courses

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Research Cores Seminars and Courses

Research cores hold training courses and special seminars during the year

Measuring biomolecular interactions with BioLayer Interferometry

January 27th, 1 p.m., in Jordan Hall room 7006, Microbiology Library
Candice Warner, Field Applications Scientist, Pall fortéBIO
This seminar is in conjuction with installation of a fortéBIO Octet instrument in the Shared Instrumentation Core

Anderson Distinguished Lecture

Dr. Eric Betzig. March 25, 2015
(Location to be announced later)

Dr. Betzig is the 2014 Nobel Prize winner for his ground-breaking work in nanoscopy that has brought the optical microscopy into the nano dimension. He works at the Janelia Farm Research Campus/Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Contact Dr. Jay Fox if you wish to meet Dr. Betzig during his visit.

Transgenic mouse workshop

Usually held three times a year.
Conducted by the University of Virginia Gene Targeting and Transgenic Facility

  • January 12th-16th, 2015
  • April 13th-17th, 2015

The course contents and application form are on the Flow Cytometry Core Facility website

Bioinformatics lectures, seminars and workshops

For more information , see web page

A list of learning opportunities from the Bioinformatics Core