- Learn more about gene editing and how it works
- Be aware of current advances on many technical aspects
- Optimize the RNA guide design for genotyping analysis (bioinformatics workshop)
- Highlight crucial issues in your own scientific project
The training is opened to graduate students (PhD), post-doctoral scientists, researchers and engineers. Attendees are invited to download and fill out the survey HERE
as soon as possible to adapt the programme to their expectations.
Attendees should have the basic knowledge in genetics and molecular biology to understand the training content.
This training aims at providing a general framework to get scientists started using CRISPR-Cas9 for in vivo gene editing in rodents.
Lectures (4 hours)
- Introduction and applications of in vivo CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing in rodents : principles, rodents' models, PRO and CONS, achievement, challenge...
- Case study: practical illustrations using in vivo CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing, in house results and bibliographic analysis
Workshop: practical session on computer (4 hours)
- Web sites
- Design a CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing experiment: KO, point mutation, knock-In, etc.
Interactive discussion groups (4,5 hours)
This session consists of open questions and will allow each attendee to consider his own scientific issues.
Detailed programme available HERE.
G. Pavlovic (PhD), Head of the Genetic Engineering and Model validation Department
M.-C. Birling (PhD), Head associate of the Genetic Engineering and Model validation Department and Group Leader Genetic Engineering
This training is organized by PHENOMIN-ICS, the French National Infrastructure in Mouse Phenogenomics, in collaboration with CELPHEDIA Networks and Infrastructure.