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April 30, 2015: Introduction to Crispr/Cas9 Genome Editing Technology
4-5 p.m., 450 MCRB

The Center for Genome Editing and the Mouse Genetics Laboratory invite you to attend a seminar discussing applications and technical optimization of the Crispr/Cas9 genome editing technology. Crispr/Cas9 genome editing can be used to generate targeted mouse models including Knockouts, Conditional Knockouts and Knockin models. Short presentations from Branden Moriarity (CGE), Beau Webber (SCI) and Satyabrata Das (LHI) will highlight recent U of M projects using Crispr/Cas 9 targeting. After the presentations, there will be an extended question and answer opportunity so that investigators can discuss their specific interests in using Crispr/Cas9. Contact Sandi Wagner, hornx001@umn.edu for more information.

Stanford Cardiology Mtg

Stem Cell Institute member Jay Zhang, MD, PhD will be speaking at the May 22 Cardiovascular Tissue Engineering Symposium at Stanford. Registration is free.

Living Beyond Cancer features stories of Minnesotan cancer survivors, some treated here at the University of Minnesota. Local PBS station TPT2 and HealthPartners produced the video to be shown in conjunction with Ken Burns' documentary, Cancer: The Emperor of all Maladies

Weekly Wednesday Research Conference
Next Wednesday Seminar on April 29, 2015
4PM, MTRF 1-110

"Who are You Calling Repulsive?  
Eph/ephrin Signaling in Muscle Fiber Patterning"
D Cornelison
Dawn Cornelison, PhD
Division of Biological Sciences, University of Missouri, Columbia

Take the East Bank Circulator Bus (#123) to stop #23, go west to the MTRF.
McGuire Translational Research Facility is just north of the TCF stadium,
west end of Biodiscovery District, 2001 6th St SE

  Crop MTRF map 9-2014 

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