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Phenotyping Course Schedule 2008
3rd quarter/2nd semester: January 9-March 7, 2008
Wednesday & Thursday 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Room: BRB 801; Enrollment limited to 15.
|1) Wed Jan 9||Brayton - Introduction to phenotyping, mouse genetics and biology, fundamentals of mouse and gene nomenclature and repository use|
|2) Thu Jan 10||Watson - Environmental influences on phenotypes - What is in your mouse environment? What can impact your research and phenotypes ?|
Tue JAN 15
4-6pm 801 BRB - Comparative Pathology Slide Conference
|3) Wed Jan 16||Brayton - Common spontaneous and infectious phenotypes that can impact your research|
|4) Thu Jan 17||Brayton - Clinical + Anatomic Pathology phenotyping - Lecture - attendance is required to participate in Labs|
|5) Wed Jan 23|
Brayton / Watson / Forbes / Southard et al.
|6) Thu Jan 24||Brayton / Wilcox / Forbes / Southard et al. |
LAB 2: Clinical + Anatomic Pathology
|7) Wed Jan 30||Reeves – Making Mice|
|8) Thu Jan 31||Mitzner – Pulmonary/respiratory Phenotypes|
|9) Wed Feb 6||Gabrielson - IMAGING for Phenotyping|
|10) Thu Feb 7||Gabrielson - Cardiovascular phenotyping In vivo functional correlations to pathology|
|11) Wed Feb 13||Huso - Vascular and Connective Tissue Phenotypes|
12) Thu Feb 14
Hess - Motor Phenotyping
Wed Feb 20
9am -12noon Phenotyping Pathology Slide Conference
10am Tour the Homewood Neurobehavioral Core
9am Tour SAIRP/ ICMIC Imaging Facilities
|13) Wed Feb 20||Jun - Ophthalmic Phenotyping|
|14) Thu Feb 21||May - Auditory/acoustic phenotyping|
|15) Wed Feb 27||Pletnikov – Emotional / cognitive phenotyping|
|16) Thu Feb 28||Fisher - Fun with Fish: models of development and disease|
|17) Wed Mar 5||STUDENT PRESENTATIONS I|
18) Thu Mar 6
STUDENT PRESENTATIONS II
Tue Mar 11
For additional Course information, contact Dr. Brayton.