Exosomes: Principles, Methods and Applications

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This hands-on training workshop is ideal for research and translational biology scientists who are looking for a balanced theoretical vs. hands-on introduction to isolation, quantitation, analysis and engineering of exosomes. Topics include: Exosome Isolation; Exosome quantitation; cDNA Library Generation; and Exosome Biomarker Discovery

NGS: Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing for Research Scientists

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This in depth lecture and hands-on computer based laboratory workshop is ideal for those bench and research scientists who have little or no bioinformatics background and are seeking a comprehensive workshop on the bioinformatics analysis of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) data, particularly DNA-seq, RNA-seq, and ChIP-seq.

Antibody Validation and Characterization

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This two day program is ideal for basic research and translational biology scientists who work with antibodies on a regular basis. This program which focuses on the types of artifacts associated with antibodies and introduce them to a variety of validation methods that can be implemented in research and academic laboratories. Antibodies, and in particular [….]

AstraZeneca Multiplex Immunofluorescence in Immune Oncology Symposium & Workshop

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This four day program is divided into a two-day symposium with lectures presented by world class scientists in the field of immuno-oncology and with representation by all the main multiplex platforms for IO (Akoya Biosciences Phenoptics, Cell IDx, CODEX, CyTOF, MIBI, Ultivue), and two days of hands-on workshop laboratory performing a real multiplex immunofluorescence staining [….]

Industry-Driven Degree Program Launches this Fall to Fill a Gap in Biotech Workforce

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Industry-Driven Degree Program Launches this Fall to Fill Gap in Biotech Workforce In this exciting age of science, technology, and innovation, more and more high schoolers, college students, and graduate students are becoming interested in pursuing a career in biotech.  But, is the standard science degree (i.e. Biology, Chemistry, and Physics) keeping up with this [….]

The Journey from Academia to Industry with the Help of BioTrain

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The Journey from Academia to Industry with the Help of BioTrain Retired BioTrain Program Manager, Mike Smith, interviewed by a past ‘student’ whose career transition from academia took shape through BioTrain’s industry-driven curriculum. It was late 2015, and like many 4th year PhD students I felt lost and anxious with what I needed to do [….]