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During this workshop Liesbeth Bron and Henry Rodenburgh will provide tips how to keep focus on your product development and ensure a market entry within the shortest time.
Trained innate immunity and atherosclerosis: a story on bone marrow, interleukin 1, and mevalonate. Speakers: Anette Christ and Siroon Bekkering.
Microfluidics for cell, tissue
and disease research.
Francesca Happé, King's College London
Speaker: Prof. Sing Sing Way/Cincinnati Children's Hospital, USA
How to FAIRly treat your data?
The Dutch Reproductive Immunology Network (ViNed; Voortplantings Immunologie Nederland).
Patients care for their privacy. But data on the effect of treatments, on socio-demographic characteristics of diseases and on quality of care, become increasingly relevant for healthcare.
How to search for grants via the online database. Registration is required.
The Health Valley Event offers a great platform for organizations and companies in Life Sciences and Health to profile and present themselves.
Zebrafish models in biomedical research and official opening Radboud zebrafish facility.
Molecular mechanisms of presynaptic adaptations during homeostatic plasticity.
Cross-presentation of dendritic cell subsets in vivo.
Organzing department: Human Genetics
Sticky fingers: The interface between glycobiology, cell biology & microscopy.
12 & 13 April 2018, Koningshof Veldhoven
Speaker: Heather Whitson, Duke University School of Medicine, USA
Speaker: Hertha Flor, Heidelberg University, Germany
The transcriptome: An introduction to RNA sequencing.
Shooting plasmids: How to tranfect into cells.
Organizing department: Laboratory Medicine
Program to be announced.
Picturing your mouse: imaging in animals.
Speaker: Krik Hansen, University of Colorado, Denver USA
Target audience: Researchers, Professionals
Type of course: Professional development
The program, which spans three days, has presentations in a wide range of topics within regenerative medicine and bioengineering.
Speaker: Rando Allikmets/Colombia University
The RIMLS Graduate School course “In the Lead” provides new PhD candidates with insights, tips and tricks to be at the forefront of your research and training objectives.
Zoe Kourtzi, University of Cambridge.
Organizing department: Physiology
The Summer School is intended for both international and Dutch students and includes a full range of over 40 different courses at the Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD level.
Cells in the clouds: an introduction to Flow Cytometry.
Miguel Nicolelis, Duke University School of Medicine
Organizing department: Nephrology
Castor: how to handle your (clinical) data.
Seahorse XF: a novel way of metabolic measurement.
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