Grade – College Undergraduates and Postgraduates
|Any College Age
|Vacation / Fall
|May 18th – 24th; May 28th – Jun 1st; Aug 26th-Sept 1st; Sept 2nd – 8th
|10.00am – 5.00pm, Monday-Sunday
|Advanced Stem Cell Techniques is an advanced hands-on program open to residential and international students of all levels – undergraduate and postgraduate. Applicants must have completed at least 1 year of an undergraduate degree in a bioscience related subject covering advanced cell biology. To attend this course, you must be proficient in aseptic technique and have prior experience culturing mammalian cells in a professional cell culture setting. Students who do not have cell culture experience can gain the required skills by attending our essential cell culture techniques program.
|Eligible students are accepted on a first-come-first-served rolling basis up to 1 week before the course start date. Additional questions? Click here to learn more about our general admissions policy or call us at 310-483-3651.
“Advanced Stem Cell Techniques” provides comprehensive training in validated methods for deriving, culturing, characterizing, and differentiating three types of human stem cells – neural (NSC), mesenchymal (MSC) and induced pluripotent (iPSC).
Participants learn to:
Our streamlined hiPSC protocols have been validated for use with human embryonic stem cells (hESC). The course curriculum is updated annually to reflect current techniques.
The program features:
We’ve prepared hundreds of students for advanced laboratory research and diverse careers.
Students who take this course: