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Courses directed by members of the Gates Center for Regenerative Medicine

The iPSC Core at the Gates Center for Regenerative Medicine ( ) will continue to offer iPS cell (iPSC) culture courses beginning in January 2016.  This one week course will focus on techniques required to maintain, preserve and amplify iPSC. Topics include: passage of mouse and human iPS cells; techniques to maintain iPSC in a pluripotent state; cryo-preservation and thawing of iPSC and transitioning of iPSC from feeders to feeder-free cell culture systems.  Proficient tissue cell culture skills are required for this hands-on class.
This 1 credit course is aimed at advanced graduate students and directed by Drs. Maranke I Koster and Peter J Koch. The goal of this course is to provide students with an overview of the biology of different types of stem cells. The course will also provide an overview of the applications of stem cell technology, both in basic research as well as in the clinic. Finally, the course will contain several demos aimed at illustrating the use of stem cells in the laboratory.