Level – Professional Working Scientists
|Professional Level||Industry scientists, postdocs, technicians and research associates|
|2020 Dates||November 16th-18th|
|Admission||Participants 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.|
Are you planning to work with human embryonic stem cells or human induced pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs)? Already culturing hPSCs but experiencing problems? Interested in expanding your skill set to include widely sought after stem cell handling techniques? Pathways to Stem Cell Science\\'s course in Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Techniques is the program for you.
Originally developed in 2009 at the USC Stem Cell Core, our well-established program has helped hundreds of scientists world wide to work effectively with hPSCs. During this three-day course, participating scientists gain comprehensive training in validated techniques for culturing, freezing and manipulating hPSCs. Optimized for use with both human embryonic stem cells and human induced pluirpotent stem cells, our streamlined protocols will help you to improve work efficiency, save time and reduce costs. We also provide guidance with laboratory set up and regulatory compliance in addition to ongoing support troubleshooting problems after you return to your own laboratory.
Whether you\\'re an experienced stem cell biologist or a trainee scientist our hPSC workshop provides the perfect opportunity for professional development, networking and learning new tricks! Apply today and gain high-quality comprehensive training in easy-to-follow methods taught by academic and industry experts.
Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Techniques provides industry-level hands-on training in the following procedures:
-hPSC Medium preparation
Curriculum is updated annually to reflect current techniques. Feeder dependent culture methods can be taught upon request for an extra cost.
-Experienced course instructors (Industry and academic)