14:00 Uhr - 15:30 Uhr
FO329 Seminar Series in cooperation with the CMMC
Dr. Philip Hublitz
MRC WIMM, Genome Engineering Facility,
University of Oxford
After a long absence we are very pleased to welcome you again to another KFO329 online seminar held by Philip Hublitz (MRC WIMM Genome Engineering Facility, University of Oxford) on "Engineering Genomes: A Core Facility Perspective", scheduled for Tuesday, November 03, 2020 - 2.00 p.m. (s. t.). This seminar will be hosted by Dr. Simon Tröder and Dr. Martin Höhne from the CECAD Research Facility and is organized in cooperation with the CMMC.
Short introduction of Philip Hublitz’s research focus:
We are a Genome Engineering core facility helping researchers to establish custom model systems. We have a broad expertise in the generation of gene edited immortalized, primary and stem cells as well as in the generation of transgenic animal models. We mainly use the CRISPR/Cas9 technology platform for generic KI and KO approaches and also apply base/prime editing to insert discrete SNP changes in experimental model systems. My talk will elaborate on design aspects, the use of editing methodology and will have a focus on what might go wrong when generating precision engineering. The presentation is aimed at anyone interested in genome engineering and how to make the most of all the possible applications.
Please sign up for the seminar here: https://cmmc-registration.uni-koeln.de/cmmc-webinar-hublitz