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Course on Molecular Embryology and Transgenic Technology

kathy cheah hrmbdkc at hkuxa.hku.hk
Mon Apr 22 23:49:35 EST 1996

            Course on Molecular Embryology and Transgenic Technology
            November 24 to  December 15, 1996
            Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong
            This is a 3-week intensive lecture and practical  course co-sponsored
            by the Industry Department and Dr. & Mrs. Clyde Wu Fund. It is
            designed for researchers to acquire information and technical skills
            for producing transgenic animals for basic, medical and
            biotechnology research.
            Topics: The course will cover molecular aspects of development,
            manipulating the mammalian genome and applications of transgenic
            technology and include pre- and postimplantation mouse
            development; embryonic stem cells, chimeras, gene transfer
            techniques, genetics, phenotype analysis, transgenic models of 
            human diseases, transgenic farm animals, and xenotransplantation
            Course co-ordinators: Kathryn Cheah (Hong Kong), Robin Lovell-
            Badge (London), Mai Har Sham (Hong Kong) and  Patrick Tam
            Guest lecturers include: Richard Behringer, Keith Campbell, Frank
            Grosveld, Nancy Jenkins, Anne McLaren, Ginny Papaioannou, Janet
            Rossant,  Claudio Stern, David Wilkinson.
            Application: The course is limited to 20 participants. Investigators
            from academic, medical and industrial sectors, especially from the 
      Asia Pacific region, are encouraged to apply. The course fee is HK$16,000
      (US$2050) including board and lodging. Applications should include a full
      CV, two letters of recommendation, a summary of current research and a
      statement explaining reasons for attending the course. Applicants should be
      fluent in English, have a MD/MBBS or PhD degree or  be in the final 
      stages of their postgraduate research. A limited number of
      scholarships are available, please indicate if you wish to apply for
      one. Application deadline is 31st May 1996.  Full details on
      Applications/enquiries to: Dr. K. Cheah, Department of
      Biochemistry, The University of Hong Kong, Sassoon Rd, Hong
      Kong. Tel: (852)-2819-9240, Fax: (852)-2855-1254,
      Email:hrmbdkc at hkumd1.hku.hk

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