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2009 Johns Hopkins Phenotyping Symposium IV

Tuesday - Wednesday, March 3-4, 2009

Tilghman Auditorium / Turner Concourse
720 Rutland Avenue
Baltimore MD 21205
             

             

NON JHU Registration
Download form - pay by credit card or check
ONLY $100 for any/all activities on both days
Late or Onsite Registration: $150.

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If you have a problem contact
cbrayton@jhmi.edu


 

JHU REGISTRATION
Faculty, Staff, Student, PostDoc (with Valid JHED ID)

$100 Tuition remission (course #80021079) for Faculty, Staff
FREE for Students and PostdocsREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED


   

GREAT BOOK RAFFLE for REGISTERED ATTENDEES WHO TURN IN EVALUATIONS!

Drawing at 530 pm during reception

Must be present to win!

book raffle

2009 EXHIBITORS

Aperio

CALIPER

Charles River Laboratories

CLEVERSYS

Columbus Instruments

CRC PRESS

DREW

Echomri

GEMPATH

Jax

NIKON

RESEARCH DIETS

TACONIC

TIGM

VISUAL SONICS

WILEY publishers

AAVSB (RACE) 8 hrs CE

Scientific and Technical POSTER Session information
SUBMIT A POSTER ABSTRACT - DEADLINE FEBRUARY 20, 2009

Phenotyping SLIDE CONFERENCE
SUBMIT A SLIDE / CASE - DEADLINE FEBRUARY 20, 2009    

TOURS:
SAIRP ICMIC Imaging Facility
BRB Behavioral Core

IGM FINZ  Zebrafish Facility
CMOR Metabolic Phenotyping Core
 

Download/print the Progam and Poster abstracts
(PDF - ETA FEbruary 27, 2009)


PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

Tuesday March 3, 2009

9.00-9.10    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

9.10-9.25   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

9.30-9.55     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

10.00-10.25  ES cell to mouse:  Getting your genetic variant on the hoof
Chip Hawkins; Transgenic Core Manager - GO TO  JHUSOM Transgenic Core Facility

BREAK -- Visit Exhibits & Posters

10.45-11.10    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

11.15-11.40   Metabolic Phenotyping and CMOR
Susan Aja, PhD; Assistant Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences; JHU School of Medicine

11.45-12.10   Behavioral Core at Medical Campus: affordable testing of mouse behavior
Mikhail Pletnikov, MD, PhD; Associate Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences; JHU School of Medicine

LUNCH BREAK -- Visit Exhibits & Posters

1.00 - 1.55 pm      TORONTO CENTER FOR PHENOGENOMICS: Roles in Canadian and International GEMM and Phenotyping Initiatives
Colin Mckerlie, DVM, PhD; Director, Toronto Centre for Phenogenomics

2.00-2.25   Auditory Phenotyping
Bradford May, PhD; Professor, Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery; JHU School of Medicine

BREAK -- Visit Exhibits & Posters

2.45-3.10   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)

3.15-3.40   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)

3.45-4.10     Pulmonary phenotyping
Wayne Mitzner, PhD; Professor and Director, Division of Physiology; JH Bloomberg School of Public Health 

4.15-4.40     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
Authors are requested to attend their poster during the reception 5-6pm. 


March 3, concurrent POSTER SESSION - abstract deadline: February 20, 2009.   Scientific and Technical posters relevant to phenotyping (any species) are invited.   Email abstract (250 word limit) to Dr. Brayton.  The concurrent poster session will be in the exhibit area, from 9am-6pm. 
           Authors are requested to attend their poster during the reception 5-6pm. 


WEDNESDAY March 4, 2009

SLIDE CONFERENCE & TOURS (Half Day)
Reservations Required


9am - 12 noon ~ SLIDE CONFERENCE ~ Brayton, Huso, Gabrielson, Karim -
Slide/Case submission deadline: FRIDAY February 20, 2009.
12-1pm DEMO of APERIO virtual microscopy, image analysis and data management
1 - 2pm TOUR of the core pathology laboratory.
Case/slide submitters receive FREE DVD of digital slides.
Contact Dr. Brayton for RESERVATIONS and case submission information


9am ~ TOUR  ICMIC SAIRP Imaging Facilities.
Space is limited.  No rodent contact in previous 24 hours.  RESERVATIONS REQUIRED.  
Contact James Fox for additional information and reservations.

10am ~ TOUR BRB (SoM campus) Behavioral Core.
Space is limited. No rodent contact in previous 24 hours. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED.  
Contact Dr. Ayhan for additional information and reservations.

11am ~ TOUR  IGM FINZ (Functional Investigation in Zebrafish).
Space is limited.  RESERVATIONS REQUIRED.  
Contact Ms Bessling for additional information and reservations.

12 noon ~TOUR CMOR  Center for Metabolic & Obesity Research.
Space is limited.  No rodent contact in previous 24 hours.  RESERVATIONS REQUIRED.  
Contact Susan McTeer for additional information and reservations.


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