Workshop “G2P in a dish”

Registration

for in presence attendance will open on 13th May 2024

G2P in a dish

A workshop on genotype to phenotype research in domestic animals: in vitro models and standars

About the Workshop:
Join us for a dynamic week-long workshop on innovative science! You will experience the potential of cellular systems and genome editing in farm species to validate hypotheses and explore new ones while adhering to the ethical principles of the 3Rs

Our modular, hybrid format allows each participant to pursue the most appropriate training path. 

You will meet top scientists in this field and become part of the robust and lasting international network being established by the EuroFAANG Research Infrastructure.

Engaging Lectures

Explore insightful presentations from esteemed scientists and researchers.

Interactive Sessions

Participate in person for implementing hands-on experiments and activities to experience science in action. Virtual attendees will be able to attend the practical bioinformatic sessions.

Panel Discussions

Gain valuable insights from panel discussions featuring experts sharing their perspectives. Attend in person to present and discuss your own research!

Networking Opportunities

Connect with like-minded individuals and world-recognised experts to build professional relationships that could shape your future in science.

Who should attend

This modular workshop is addressed to both graduate and PhD students, postdocs and experienced researchers from academia and from private institutions in biobanking and animal breeding. 

For any questions, don't hesitate to contact us!
Registration Information

Either on-site or virtual

Candidates for on-site participation will be selected.
All selected participants must register and are expected to participate.

No registration fee. 
On-site participants are responsible for travel costs and hotel fees.

More information coming soon. 

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