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*Applications of Organoid Technology*

For advanced graduate students, post-doctoral trainees, and researchers
at all levels.

May 28–June 3, 2017

Location: MDI Biological Laboratory

Apply Now <https://mdibl.org/course/applications-of-organoid-technology/>

Applications of Organoid Technology is a one-week intensive course
offered by MDI Biological Laboratory in partnership with Hubrecht
Organoid Technology (The HUB), a non-profit organization based in the
Netherlands. The HUB is founded on the pioneering work of Prof. Dr. Hans
Clevers who discovered methods to grow stem cell-derived human
epithelial ‘mini-organs’ (organoids) from tissues of patients with
various diseases including cancer and cystic fibrosis.

Course participants will learn the basics of organoid culture and the
most recent developments in the organoid field. Hands-on laboratory work
will focus on cultures from The Living Biobank at The HUB which include
organoids from patients with various forms of cancer (colon, prostate,
lung, pancreas) and cystic fibrosis.  Confocal imaging of these
organoids in culture will be incorporated into ongoing bench work.

*Course faculty: *

Hugo de Jonge, Ph.D., Erasmus MC

Gert-Jan Kremers, Ph.D., Erasmus MC

Robert Vries, Ph.D., Foundation Hubrecht Organoid Technology

Silvia Boj, Ph.D., Foundation Hubrecht Organoid Technology

*For more information contact:*

MDI Biological Laboratory Education Director, Jane Disney at
[hidden email] <mailto:[hidden email]>

Submit an application at
https://mdibl.org/course/applications-of-organoid-technology/


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Hi there!

Sounds like a great workshops. I only am curious about the fee? Or is
there no fee at all apart from cost for travel and acommodation?

Best Ralph


Am 04.04.2017 um 20:46 schrieb Chris Smith:

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>
> *Applications of Organoid Technology*
>
> For advanced graduate students, post-doctoral trainees, and
> researchers at all levels.
>
> May 28–June 3, 2017
>
> Location: MDI Biological Laboratory
>
> Apply Now <https://mdibl.org/course/applications-of-organoid-technology/>
>
> Applications of Organoid Technology is a one-week intensive course
> offered by MDI Biological Laboratory in partnership with Hubrecht
> Organoid Technology (The HUB), a non-profit organization based in the
> Netherlands. The HUB is founded on the pioneering work of Prof. Dr.
> Hans Clevers who discovered methods to grow stem cell-derived human
> epithelial ‘mini-organs’ (organoids) from tissues of patients with
> various diseases including cancer and cystic fibrosis.
>
> Course participants will learn the basics of organoid culture and the
> most recent developments in the organoid field. Hands-on laboratory
> work will focus on cultures from The Living Biobank at The HUB which
> include organoids from patients with various forms of cancer (colon,
> prostate, lung, pancreas) and cystic fibrosis.  Confocal imaging of
> these organoids in culture will be incorporated into ongoing bench work.
>
> *Course faculty: *
>
> Hugo de Jonge, Ph.D., Erasmus MC
>
> Gert-Jan Kremers, Ph.D., Erasmus MC
>
> Robert Vries, Ph.D., Foundation Hubrecht Organoid Technology
>
> Silvia Boj, Ph.D., Foundation Hubrecht Organoid Technology
>
> *For more information contact:*
>
> MDI Biological Laboratory Education Director, Jane Disney at
> [hidden email] <mailto:[hidden email]>
>
> Submit an application at
> https://mdibl.org/course/applications-of-organoid-technology/
>
>
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According the course page, the participation fee is 3200 USD (though this includes also meals and lodging).

Greetings    Gabor

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Hi there!

Sounds like a great workshops. I only am curious about the fee? Or is there no fee at all apart from cost for travel and acommodation?

Best Ralph


Am 04.04.2017 um 20:46 schrieb Chris Smith:

> *****
> To join, leave or search the confocal microscopy listserv, go to:
> http://lists.umn.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A0=confocalmicroscopy
> Post images on http://www.imgur.com and include the link in your posting.
> *****
>
> *Applications of Organoid Technology*
>
> For advanced graduate students, post-doctoral trainees, and
> researchers at all levels.
>
> May 28–June 3, 2017
>
> Location: MDI Biological Laboratory
>
> Apply Now
> <https://mdibl.org/course/applications-of-organoid-technology/>
>
> Applications of Organoid Technology is a one-week intensive course
> offered by MDI Biological Laboratory in partnership with Hubrecht
> Organoid Technology (The HUB), a non-profit organization based in the
> Netherlands. The HUB is founded on the pioneering work of Prof. Dr.
> Hans Clevers who discovered methods to grow stem cell-derived human
> epithelial ‘mini-organs’ (organoids) from tissues of patients with
> various diseases including cancer and cystic fibrosis.
>
> Course participants will learn the basics of organoid culture and the
> most recent developments in the organoid field. Hands-on laboratory
> work will focus on cultures from The Living Biobank at The HUB which
> include organoids from patients with various forms of cancer (colon,
> prostate, lung, pancreas) and cystic fibrosis.  Confocal imaging of
> these organoids in culture will be incorporated into ongoing bench work.
>
> *Course faculty: *
>
> Hugo de Jonge, Ph.D., Erasmus MC
>
> Gert-Jan Kremers, Ph.D., Erasmus MC
>
> Robert Vries, Ph.D., Foundation Hubrecht Organoid Technology
>
> Silvia Boj, Ph.D., Foundation Hubrecht Organoid Technology
>
> *For more information contact:*
>
> MDI Biological Laboratory Education Director, Jane Disney at
> [hidden email] <mailto:[hidden email]>
>
> Submit an application at
> https://mdibl.org/course/applications-of-organoid-technology/
>
>
> ---
> This message and its contents are confidential.  If you received this
> message in error, do not use or rely upon it.  Instead, please inform
> the sender and then delete it.  Thank you.

--
Ralf Palmisano
Head
Optical Imaging Centre Erlangen

Hartmannstr. 14
91052 Erlangen, Germany
+49-9131-85-64300 (Office)
+49-9131-85-64301 (Secretary)
+49-9131-85-64302 (Fax)

www.oice.uni-erlangen.de
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