The aim is to offer a training course of excellence for researchers and technicians working in animal transgenic field. The topics will be focused on both the basic knowledge and the latest advances in transgenic technologies. The course consists of a 1st week of lectures sessions and a 2nd week of practical sessions. In addition, a mini symposium (11-12 September) is organized in order to extend the impact of the presence of the professors to other researchers, technicians and posgraduate students. Current programs for the COURSE and MINI-SYMPOSIUM.
Confirmed speakers attending this Course and mini-Symposium include:
Michel Cohen-Tannoudji, IPParis, France
Francina Langa, IP Paris, France, ISTT member
Ignacio Anegón, INSERM, Nantes, France, ISTT member
Lluis Montoliu, CNB, Spain, ISTT member
Jorge Sztein, consultant, Spain
Sylva Haralambous, HPI, Greece, ISTT member
Naomi Nakagata, CARD, Kumamoto U, Japan, ISTT member
Charles Long, Texas A&M University, USA
Daniel Salamone, Fagro, UBA, Argentina
Adrian Mutto, UNSM, Argentina
Marcelo Rubinstein, INGEBI, Argentina, ISTT member
Marcelo Bertolini, UNIFOR, Brazil
Local professors and instructors include:
Magdalena Cárdenas, IP Montevideo, Uruguay
Ana Paula Mulet, IP Montevideo, Uruguay
Geraldine Schlapp, IP Montevideo, Uruguay, ISTT member
María Noel Meikle, IP Montevideo, Uruguay, ISTT member
Gabriel Fernández, IP Montevideo, Uruguay
Ana Paula Arévalo, IP Montevideo, Uruguay
Martina Crispo, IP Montevideo, Uruguay, ISTT member
Pedro C. dos Santos, IRAUy, Uruguay
Natalibeth Barrera, IRAUy, Uruguay
Federico Cuadro, IRAUy, Uruguay
Alejo Menchaca, IRAUy, Montevideo, Uruguay, ISTT member
People interested in participating in this COURSE must send the COURSE Application Form to firstname.lastname@example.org
A maximum of 20 students will be accepted for the COURSE taking into account personal qualifications. There is no registration fee for the COURSE. Support for accommodation, per diem and local transportation will be provided to all participants from abroad. Travel expenses are not included.
People interested in participating in the MINI SYMPOSIUM must send the SYMPOSIUM Registration Form to email@example.com
SYMPOSIUM fee is U$S 100.
SAVE THE DATES!
Deadline for COURSE applications is June 28th
Deadline for SYMPOSIUM registrations is July 19th
For any further information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The second edition of the International Course on “Genetics of Laboratory Rodents” was held at the Institut Pasteur-Montevideo, Uruguay, from December 5 to 14, 2011, with the co-sponsorization of the International Society for Transgenic Technologies (ISTT). This course was organized by Martina Crispo, DVM – Head of the Transgenic and Experimental Animal Unit – Institut Pasteur de Montevideo, Uruguay, and ISTT Member, and co-organized by Jean Jacques Panthier, PhD – Unité de Genetique Fonctionelle de la Souris – Institut Pasteur, France. The teaching team was composed by Scientists from the Institut Pasteur in Paris and Montevideo as well as other regional and international institutions, who are familiar with the topics, including several ISTT Members (Jean Jaubert, Fernando Benavides, Ignacio Anegon). Students (20 participants, coming from Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Netherlands and Uruguay) were carefully selected among a long list of candidates. Again, as in its first edition, organized in 2008, this course was a very successful event, both from the scientific and social points of view, allowing more than 30 researchers from different countries to spent together ten days for science discussion. Furthermore, all students received credits for their curricula, meaning that this course will be considered as a significant element of their MSc or PhD programs. A full scientific course report is available from the ISTT web site. The ISTT wishes to thank Martina Crispo and her team from the Institut Pasteur de Montevideo, along with the rest of organizers and teachers participating, for succesfully running the second edition of this educational initiative on Laboratory Rodents Genetics in South-America.
The International Society for Transgenic Technologies (ISTT) is pleased to announce the co-sponsorship of the second edition of the International Course on “Genetics of Laboratory Rodents“, to be held at the Institut Pasteur de Montevideo (IPMONT), Uruguay, on 5-14 December 2011. This course is organized by Martina Crispo (IPMONT, ISTT member) and co-organized by Jean Jacques Panthier (Inst. Pasteur Paris). Following a most successful first edition in 2008, the aim of this course is to offer a training opportunity to South American research scientists and veterinarians in charge of laboratory animal facilities, in the most prominent areas of mammalian genetics (mostly mouse). This course offers an opportunity to receive an intensive training and get in touch with scientist of the region working in the same fields of interest.
Jean Jacques Panthier (Institut Pasteur de Paris, France)
Xavier Montagutelli (Institut Pasteur de Paris, France)
Jean Louis Guénet (Institut Pasteur de Paris, France)
Jean Jaubert (Institut Pasteur de Paris, France) – ISTT member
Michel Cohen Tannoudji (Institut Pasteur de Paris, France)
Ignacio Anegón (Institut de Transplantation-Urologie-Néphrologie,France) – ISTT member
Marcelo Rubinstein (Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, UBA, Argentina)
Andreia Salgado (CEMIB, UNICAMP, Brazil)
Fernando Benavides (MD Anderson Cancer Center, Texas, USA) – ISTT member
Mariela Bollati (Institut Pasteur de Montevideo)
Martina Crispo (Institut Pasteur de Montevideo) – ISTT member
Interested participants should sent their applications by email to: email@example.com by September 25, 2011, and include their CV, letter of motivation and letter of support of their advisors, all in PDF format. Two seats are reserved for qualifying ISTT members. There is no registration fee for this course. The 2011 International Course on “Genetics of Laboratory Rodents” is generously sponsored by CABBIO, AMSUD PASTEUR, Institut Pasteur de Montevideo, ISTT and Ambassade de France en Uruguay.