Allergy School: ‘The place of “omics” in the diagnostic lab
Update on Allergy & Clinicial Immunology laboratory methods’
7 – 11 October 2013
The educational aim of this school is to provide a 5-day hands-on course for state-of-the-art “omics” techniques.Participants are invited to bring their own samples for practical training and to use the diversity of different analytical methods provided by the laboratories of the ENT Department, the Immunology Department, the Functional Genomics Group, and the ZIK Applied Proteomics Junior Research Group at the University of Greifswald. Pre-analysis for each sample will be offered prior to the course so that an optimised analytical method for the lab work can be presented.
The course will include:
• Practical courses
• Educational lectures by scientists who have published in high ranking journals for decades
• Poster Discussion Session with the participants
This event is limited to 30 participants who are the presenting authors of the 30 accepted abstracts. Abstracts will be selected based on the scientific quality.
This Allergy School will give attendees an update on:
• GWA and SNP analysis
• Quantitative proteomics
• Immune proteomics
• New molecular markers of allergic and auto-immune diseases
• Host pathogen interactions
• Selection and in-vitro evolution of proteins
• Cohort study design and statistical analysis for clinical “omics” studies
Upon completion of this course participants will be familiar with the practical test procedures used in allergology, their indications and how to interpret them in the context of their own practice and allied specialties.
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