Webinar - The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, Maine, US
Many different mouse models have been created for Huntington’s disease research and development. Based on your research focus, choice of the model(s) to use is important and should be given thorough consideration. Furthermore, following specific guidelines to ensure quality control of the mouse models is important in generating robust and reproducible results. Join us as we discuss:
Common and emerging mouse models for Huntington’s disease research
Quality control critera and recommended best practices for using HD mouse models in research
Model peculiarities, pitfalls, and considerations
Best practices for using HD mouse models to test compound efficacy
Liliana Menalled, Ph.D., PsychoGenics, Inc.
David Howland, Ph.D., CHDI Foundation
Cathleen Lutz, Ph.D., The Jackson Laboratory
Moderator: Charles Miller, Ph.D., The Jackson Laboratory
(Courtesy of Mouse Models of Huntington’s Disease, via en.hdbuzz.net)
Thursday, March 20, 2014 (7:00:00 PM EET - 8:00:00 PM EET)
The Jackson Laboratory, 610 Main Street, Bar Harbor ME 04609
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