Theoretical and practical courses on "High Content Assay for Target Discovery using RNAi Technology ", to be held at the Institut Pasteur of Korea (South Korea).
Dates: 11 - 15 May, 2015
This newly created course provides a learning platform for those interested or working in the fields of chemical biology and functional genomics to interact and learn the best practices in setting up cell based assays using automated microscopy for RNA interference (RNAi) technologies and leading to the discovery of novel gene targets.
Teaching team: Regis Grailhe, Institut Pasteur Korea, David Shum, Institut Pasteur Korea, Bhavneet Bhinder, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, USA, Constantin Radu, Institut Pasteur, and Yuri Tsoy, Institut Pasteur Korea.
A program, as well as the application forms and contact information, can be found in this http://www.ip-korea.org/news/events_list.php
This activity is supported by the Reseau International des Institut Pasteur (RIIP) and the Institut Pasteur of Korea. Applicants: 20 students will be selected among the applications. The registration fees and meals should be offered. Travel expenses as well as housing fees will be supported for participants belonging to the IP network. The application deadline is March 20, 2015. The results will be announced by April 1. Please address further inquiries to: HCA2015@ip-korea.org For more information about international courses in 2015: