2016 – Spring Alok Arun Developing CRISPR/cas9 in the butterfly Bicyclus anynana for functional analysis of the evolution of adaptive traits. Host: Christine Merlin – Texas A&M University Junbo Luan Developing genetic technologies for hemipteran insects Host: Rob Harrell; Insect […]
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Special Presentation – August 19, 2015 from 5-9 PM: Flies, Monarchs and Mosquitoes: Insights Using Genetic Technologies
On Wednesday, August 19, the IGTRCN Short Course is hosting a mini-symposium from 5 to 9 pm with three internationally recognized experts in their respective fields of study and who rely heavily on insects and insect genetic technologies in their […]
The IGTRCN: Currently the IGTRCN consists of over 500 subscribers who receive a biweekly newsletter that the Network publishes to help keep subscribers up-to-date on the latest developments in genetic technologies that have the potential to be useful for the […]
Insect Genetic Technologies: Theory and Practice 2016 Meeting Announcement The Syllabus for 2016 will be very similar to the Syllabus for 2015 Lecture Topics: ●Insect Embryogenesis and Development ●Genome Editing ●Transposon Technologies ●Site-Specific Recombination Technologies ●Binary and Conditional Transgene Expression […]
2015 IGTRCN Short Course on Insect Genetic Technologies: Theory and Practice August 17 – 21, 2015 The Insect Transformation Facility Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research University of Maryland College Park Applications Required (25 seats available) by May 29, 2015 […]
November 16-19, 2014 Organizers: Angela E. Douglas, Kristin Michel and David O’Brochta This is a Entomological Society of America Program Symposium (November 2014, Portland, OR) that will map out recent advances in insect biology made possible by genomics and insect […]