Core Facilities Lectures on Modern Techniques in Life Sciences
The IMB Core Facilities Lecture Series gives introductions to state-of-the art techniques in the life sciences. Lectures are given by experts from the Core Facilities and others on the latest technologies in the fields of Bioinformatics, Flow Cytometry, Genomics, Microscopy, Proteomics and Protein Production.
- When? – 10:00-11.30 (see schedule below)
- Where? – IMB Seminar Room
- For whom? – Lectures are open to everyone and some count towards the MSc credit programme at JGU
For the MTiLS during the summer semester, we will offer some lectures on-site, some online and some as hybrid. If you are interested in virtual attendance, please use the contact form below to register for access. Lectures take place on-site unless otherwise noted in the schedule.
MTiLS and CF lectures are open to everyone. Slides or handouts from past lectures are only accessible for attendees with JGU user accounts.
In addition, IMB's Core Facilities also runs practical training courses on:
- Bioinformatics (R, RNA-seq, ChIP-seq)
- Flow cytometry
- Super-resolution microscopy
The 2023 MTiLS programme starts on April 17. CF lectures on March 2, March 7 and April 18 will be on-site only.
Core Facilities Lectures 2023
Flow Cytometry: Introduction I
Flow Cytometry: Introduction II
Molecular & Biochemistry Techniques
Advanced Flow Cytometry: Principles of Cell Sorting
|Eva Wolf/Martin Möckel|
Protein Production and Crystallography
Introduction to Microscopy (hybrid)
Microscopy: F-Techniques and Super-Resolution (hybrid)
Histology and Fluorescent Labeling (hybrid)
Databases in Bioinformatics
|Maria Mendez Lago|
Genomics (NGS) (hybrid)
|Anke Busch/Nastasja Kreim|
Design and Analysis of NGS Experiments (online)
|Frank Depoix/Uwe Wolfrum|