Question: qPCR Events and 30% Discount on qPCR workshops
Dear researcher, dear Gene Quantification page reader, Dear researcher, dear Gene Quantification page reader, Our newsletter informs about the latest events in qPCR which are compiled and summarised on Symposia, Meetings, Conferences, Workshops, Seminars, Online-Seminars, qPCR Education Program, ...etc.... Please submit your qPCR event here => events@gene- - End of the Year Promotion: 30% discount to miRNA and Biostatistics courses hold in 2009 at BioEPS / TATAA Biocenter Germany - qPCR events in autumn 2009 & winter 2010 November 2009 - US qPCR Symposium January 2010 - Advances in Genomics 2010 April 2010 - qPCR 2010 in Vienna - New molecular diagnostics qPCR/real-time PCR discussion forum: blogspot & LinkedIN & XING - New qPCR events in autumn 2009: symposia & workshops => European wide qPCR application workshops => register now ! => course program autumn 2009 & winter 2010 => ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------- Upcoming Events World-wide academic and commercial qPCR Events Symposia, Meetings, Conferences, Workshops, Seminars, Online-Seminars, qPCR Education Program, etc. Please submit your qPCR event here => events@gene- ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------- qPCR 2010 in Vienna international qPCR Symposium 7-9th April 2010 Main Topic “The ongoing evolution of qPCR” download updated 2nd announcement as PDF => announcement.pdf The great international interest of the previous International qPCR Events from 2004 to 2009 with up to 600 participants from over 40 countries, and 32 international companies in the Exhibition motivates repeating the success next year in Vienna - qPCR 2010 Vienna international symposium 7th – 9th April 2010. The focus of the qPCR 2010 Event will be “The ongoing evolution of qPCR” representing all new and emerging techniques, applications and data analysis methods. MIQE Gudelines, HRM, microRNA, CNV, single-cell qPCR, digital PCR, and analysis of circulating nucleic acids will be in the focus of the conference. The talks topics by the keynote lecturer and selected invited academic speakers will be published in a METHODS special qPCR issue with the title “The ongoing evolution of qPCR”, at the meeting in cooperation with Elsevier. Why Vienna? The Vienna region is Austria’s largest life sciences location. The Austrian government and the City of Vienna set up a biotechnology network (LISA VR with the aim of having one central body to provide support and advice to start-ups and high- tech companies in the biotec field. Currently 175 life science companies employ 11,000 people in the greater Vienna region. In addition an estimated 4,500 academic researchers work in the life science sector. Vienna is the economic and biotechnology hub for Central and Eastern Europe and has become an innovative center for the life science in recent years. The event is structured in two parts: 1) an international qPCR Symposium taking place April 7 - 9, including various talk sessions in the big lecture hall fitting 350 persons, 2) a parallel qPCR Industrial Exhibition in the Aula and the Basement of the Juridicum (Juridicum der Universität Wien) directly in the city center of Vienna. Visit our conference web page and have a look to our exhibition => Register and submit your abstract now => ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------- Symposium Sessions with preliminary titles: MIQE and QM strategies in qPCR The MIQE guidelines: Minimum Information for Publication of Quantitative real-time PCR Experiments. Following these guidelines will encourage better experimental practice, allowing more reliable and unequivocal interpretation of qPCR results. QM strategies in real- time PCR to guarantee better and more valid results. Prof. Stephen Bustin, “The MIQE Guidelines: Minimum Information for Publication of Quantitative Real-Time PCR Experiments” High throughput quantitative PCR – digital PCR 384 well applications, new high throughput platforms, droplet PCR, qPCR robotics, digital PCR, gene expression real-time RT-PCR arrays (mRNA and microRNA), quantitative multiplexing, Prof. Mikael Kubista, “Digital PCR and intracellular expression profiling” Dr. Philip Day, “High throughput droplet PCR” Dr. Ken Livak, "title to be announced" HRM – High Resolution Melting SNP analysis, HRM = high resolution melt applications, Epigenetics, methylation markers, HRM platform comparison, etc Prof. Carl Wittwer, "High Resolution Melting Analysis" Prof. Claudio Orlando, “High Resolution Melting Analysis in Cancer Diagnosis” Circulating nucleic acids Analysis of circulating RNAs and DNA and microRNAs as diagnostic and prognostic marker, Dr. Pamela Pinzani, “Cell free circulating DNA” Dr. Alfred Schöller, "Targeting the human urine RNAome for tumor diagnostics by qPCR” Dr. Jim Huggett, "Diagnostic tools for measuring cell free nucleic acids. What can we expect from the next decade?” Single-cell qPCR Single-cell sampling, pre-amplification techniques, laser microdissection, sub-cellular PCR, micro-manipulation of cell clusters, cellular micro injection, FACS spotting, single cell handling, pre-amplification Dr. Michael W. Pfaffl, “Quantitative expression analysis after pre- amp in single WBCs” Dr. Anders Stahlberg, “Single-cell gene expression profiling” RNAi - microRNA - siRNA Applications – miRNA normalisation RNAi mechanism, microRNA extraction, qRT-PCR technologies to detect microRNA, microRNA normalisation strategies, siRNA applications in combination with qRT-PCR, microRNA targets and microRNA precursors, new siRNA manipulation and microRNA technologies, ... Prof. Jo Vandesompele, “MicroRNA and mRNA gene expression normalization” Dr. Mirco Castoldi, "Expression profiling of microRNA by quantitative real time PCR, what is available and where to go from there" qPCR BioStatistics & BioInformatics software applications, data mining, calculation of relative expression, primer and probe design on mRNA and microRNA level, real- time PCR efficiency determination, mathematical modelling, multivariate expression profiling, statistics in real-time PCR, data management, multiway expression profiling, multiple regression analysis, 3D data visualization, ... Dr. Ales Tichopad, “Statistical aspects of quantitative PCR experiment design and qPCR data analysis” Dr. Jan Hellemans, “Accurate and objective copy number profiling using real-time quantitative PCR” Dr. Anders Bergkvist, “Expression profiling - clusters of possibilities” ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------- qPCR WORKSHOP BioEPS GmbH / TATAA Biocenter Germany - qPCR Application workshops At the TATAA Biocenter Germany we offer qPCR application workshops, a 3-day qPCR Core Module and a 2-day qPCR Biostatistics Module. All courses are held regularly in Göteborg, Sweden, in English and in Freising-Weihenstephan, Germany, in German and English, and in Prague, Czech Republic in English and Czech. Depending on the occasion the workshop language and the different prices may apply. Further customized workshops and specialized trainings will be held as well across Europe and world-wide. TATAA Biocenter Germany workshops are held in cooperation with BioEPS GmbH, located at the campus of the Technical University of Munich, in Freising-Weihenstephan, very close to the Munich Airport (MUC). For more information and registration, please see our web page: => Course Occasions 2009: - 3-day qPCR Core Module (Mon. - Wed.) - 2-day BioStatistics Module (Thu. - Fri.) - 3-day single-cell qPCR Module (Mon. - Wed.) - 3-day microRNA Module (Mon. - Wed.) 26 - 28 October 2009 (E) 3-day qPCR Core Module (Mon. - Wed.) 16 - 20 November 2009 (E) 3-day microRNA Module (Mon. - Wed.) & 2-day BioStatistics (Thu. - Fri.) 7 - 11 December 2009 (E) 3-day qPCR Core Module (Mon. - Wed.) & 2-day BioStatistics (Thu. - Fri.) => ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ------- The qPCR NEWS and the Gene Quantification Pages are educational sites with the only purpose of facilitating access to qPCR related information on the internet. 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