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Phenotyping Course Schedule 07

Phenotyping for Functional Genetics, ME:680.712 

3rd quarter/2nd semester: January 10- March 8, 2007;
Wednesday & Thursday 2:30pm  - 4:00pm
Room: BRB 801; Enrollment limited to 15.

SCHEDULE (rev 02/01/07)
subject to revision

1) Wed Jan 10 - Brayton - Course format, Introduction to phenotyping, mice  and mouse/gene resources and nomenclature
2) Thu Jan 11 - Watson Clinical / Physical evaluation (+ LAB) 

Fri Jan 12, – Jerry Ward; NIH NIAID; Lymphoma & leukemias in Mice
12-1pm 801 BRB -- Slide Conference
2-3pm Darner G007 -- Seminar

3) Wed Jan 17 - Brayton - Aging and infectious phenotypes
4)  Thu Jan 18 – Reeves – Making Mice

Tue Jan 23, – Comparative Pathology Slide Conference
4-6pm 801 BRB -- Slide Conference

5)  Wed Jan 24 – Mitzner – Pulmonary/respiratory Phenotypes
6)  Thu Jan 25 – Brayton / Ruben - Clinical Pathology + Anatomic Pathology phenotyping

7)  Wed Jan 31 - Brayton / Forbes / Southard et al. 
                        Clinical Pathology + Anatomic Pathology phenotyping
8)  Thu Feb 1 - Brayton / Forbes / Southard et al. 
                      Clinical Pathology + Anatomic Pathology

9)  Wed Feb 7 - IMAGING - SAIRP workshop - students should register + attend
10) Thu Feb 8 - Gabrielson - Phenotyping by ultrasound

11) Wed Feb 14 - Huso - Vascular and Connective Tissue Phenotypes -- Canceled dt weather
12) Thu Feb 15 – Student Presentations

Tue Feb 20, – Comparative Pathology Slide Conference
4-6pm 801 BRB -- Slide Conference

13) Wed Feb 21 - Hess - Motor Phenotyping
14) Thu Feb 22 – Pletnikov – Emotional / cognitive phenotyping

15) Wed Feb 28 - Fissher - Fun with Fish: models of development and disease
16) Thu Mar 1 - Huso - Vascular and Connective Tissue Phenotypes (rescheduled)
                     sign up for auditory demo next week

17) Wed Mar 7 – May - Auditory/acoustic phenotyping
18) Thu Mar 8 - McCallion - What should I phenotype and why? 

Tue Mar 20 -- 2nd Annual JH Phenotyping Symposium
Brad Bolon, Guest Speaker on Phenotypic Analysis of Developing Mice

For additional information, contact Dr. Brayton.

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