2016 School of Personalised Immunology
July 23-24, Translational Research Facility, Monash Health Translation Precinct, Clayton, Melbourne
The School of Personalised Immunology is a one and a half day course aimed at educating scientists, undergraduate students, clinicians, GPs, medical registrars and medical students with no prior knowledge on the latest technologies in genomic medicine as it applies to the pathogenesis of immunological disease.
- A half-day workshop for putting theoretical knowledge into practice
- Overview of genomics, from the basic genetics to advanced bioinformatics
- Genomic laboratory techniques, including exome and genome sequencing
- Proof of genetic causation: use of human cell lines and mice in translational research
- 'Genomics in practice' presentations from leaders in the field
Translational Research Facility, Monash Health Translation Precinct
Monash Health Centre
246 Clayton Road, Clayton, Victoria
Full registration: $175
Student registration: $100
Dinner on the 23rd July (optional): $85*
*The dinner is not included in the registration fee. A 3-course dinner will be held at Huntingdale Golf Club (Windsor Avenue, Oakleigh South, Vic) at 6pm for a 6:30pm start.
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Convenor Prof David A. Fulcher, ANU | Co-convenor Dr Julia Ellyard, ANU | Contact Ann-Maree Hatch