Course - Woods Hole, MA, United States
An intensive six-week course consisting of lectures and laboratories. This course is limited to 20 participants and is designed for postdoctoral and clinical fellows, newly independent scientists and physicians, or senior graduate students who are seeking training in state-of-the art research strategies and methods needed to pursue studies on reproductive sciences.
The course is divided into three major sections of two weeks' duration. Each section consists of lectures from resident faculty and other invited speakers, discussions and informal seminars, laboratory exercises, demonstrations, and one-on-one tutorials.
On each of the sections the laboratory exercises are supplemented with lectures by resident faculty and other leading investigators who discuss their current research in various aspects of reproduction ranging from gamete interactions, early development, implantation, parturition, immunology, the molecular and cellular basis of hormone action in reproductive tissues, reproductive disorders and clinical aspects of reproductive biology and endocrinology. Resident faculty also lead discussions on the theoretical basis of the laboratory exercises as well as discussions of the expected outcomes and the potential clinical relevance of some of the areas of focus.
(Courtesy of Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA, via squidjig.blogspot.com)
Sat, Apr 27, 2013 - Sun, Jun 09, 2013
Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA, United States
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