Basic stem cell cultures techniques course
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The Basic stem cell cultures techniques course is intended for scientists that require training in basic cell culture and stem cell culture and those wishing to refresh their knowledge and expertise in cell culture techniques
- Cell culture laboratory and equipment
- Safety considerations in cell culture
- Aseptic techniques and good cell culture practice*
- Identification and eradication of mycoplasma, bacterial and fungal infections
- Types of animal cells and their characteristics in culture
- Stem cell types, characteristics and properties
- Cell Culture media and growth requirements for animal and stem cell culture*
- Preparation of cell culture medium*
- Propagation and maintenance of cells in culture*
- Quantification and Subculture of cells*
- Growth Kinetics and maintenance of cells in culture*
- Cryopreservation and resuscitation of cells*
- Determination of cell viability*
* These sessions will also be covered at a practical level in the laboratory.
You have the opportunity to come and spend a block of time (e.g. one week) in the laboratory to gain hands-on experience and full training in cell culture techniques.
Why choose this course?
- Learn: The Basic stem cell cultures techniques course gives you experience in aseptic techniques, cell isolation (not stem cell), propagation and maintenance in culture. It also introduces stem cells to form embryo bodies.
- Course for: The Basic stem cell cultures techniques course is intended for scientists that require training in basic cell culture and stem cell culture and those wishing to refresh their knowledge and expertise in cell culture techniques
How to apply
Self funding home students £750 (excluding VAT). This includes Fee includes light refreshments, buffet-style lunch each day, optional evening dinner on the first night, and comprehensive course manual.
Where is the course taught and by whom?
The course is facilitated by Professor Anwar Baydoun. Teaching sessions are a combination of theoretical and laboratory-based work. It takes place at the University of Hertfordshire, College Lane Campus, Hatfield