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2008 Johns Hopkins Phenotyping Symposium III

Tuesday February 19, 2008

Tilghman Auditorium / Turner Concourse
720 Rutland Avenue
Baltimore MD 21205


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Scientific and Technical Poster Session (concurrent)

Phenotyping Slide Conference (Wednesday February 20)    

Tour NBC at Homewood Campus (Wednesday February 20)

Tour SAIRP ICMIC Imaging Facility (Wednesday February 20)    


2008 PROGRAM

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9-915      Introduction to phenotyping and the phenotyping core
Cory Brayton,
 DVM, Dip ACLAM, ACVP; Associate Professor, Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology; Director, Phenotyping Core; JHU School of Medicine -- Go to Phenotyping Core

915-930    What strain for what studies?  When does mouse strain make a difference?
Cory Brayton, DVM, Dip ACLAM, ACVP; Associate Professor, Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology; Director, Phenotyping Core; JHU School of Medicine -- Go to Phenotyping Core

930-10     Environment and Phenotype - Why is my mouse phenotype different from theirs?
Julie Watson, VetMB, Dip ACLAM; Assistant Professor, Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology; JHU School of Medicine

10-1030  ES cell to mouse:  Getting your genetic variant on the hoof
Roger ReevesPhD Professor, Physiology, McKusick-Nathans Institute for Genetic Medicine; Faculty Director, Transgenic Core Facility JHU School of Medicine -- GO to JHUSOM Transgenic Core Facility

1045-1115    Why fish are better than mice
Shannon Fisher, MD, PhD; Assistant Professor, McKusick-Nathans Institute for Genetic Medicine (IGM) and Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology; JHU School of Medicine

1115-1145   Non-invasive Initial Phenotyping: Clinical Exam, Clinical Pathology, Body Condition
Nadine Forbes & Cory Brayton; Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology; Director, Phenotyping Core; JHU School of Medicine -- Go to Phenotyping Core

1145-1215  Motor phenotyping
Ellen Hess, PhD, Associate Professor, Neurology, Neuroscience; JHU School of Medicine

LUNCH BREAK -- Visit Exhibits & Posters

1-145pm      RESOURCES and REPOSITORIES FOR GENETICALLY ENGINEERED MICE
Franziska Grieder, DVM, PhD; Director, Division of Comparative Medicine, National Center for Research Resources, National Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD

145-215   Auditory Phenotyping
Bradford May, PhD; Professor, Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery; JHU School of Medicine

230-3   Emotional/cognitive /social phenotyping
Mikhail Pletnikov, MD, PhD; Assistant Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences; JHU School of Medicine

3-330   Small animal imaging: focus on radiopharmaceuticals
Martin Pomper, MD, PhD; Professor, Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology; Director Small Animal Imaging Resource Program (SAIRP); Associate Director JHU in vivo Cellular and Molecular Imaging Center (ICMIC); JHU School of Medicine 
Go To Small Animal Imaging Resource Program (SAIRP)

330-4    Phenotyping by ultrasound with histopathology
Kathleen Gabrielson, DVM, PhD, Dip ACVP; Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology; JHU School of Medicine -- Go To Small Animal Imaging Resource Program (SAIRP)

4-430     Pulmonary phenotyping
Wayne Mitzner, PhD; Professor and Director, Division of Physiology; JH Bloomberg School of Public Health 

430-5     Pathology in phenotyping and other translational research - When will it help you most?
Baktiar Karim, DVM, PhD;  Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology; JHU School of Medicine 

5-6pm Poster Session and Reception in the Exhibit area


Thank you for coming and making this a great success!

Sincere thanks to our faculty and staff for their efforts and time, and
t
o exhibitors for assisting us in presenting this
FREE symposium to the scientific community.


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