The Animal Resources Core Lab is organizing a webinar series in May about diabetes and metabolic diseases with a focus on animal models. In total, eight speakers from both academia and industry will present their most recent findings. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about technological advancements and how animal models can be used to prevent and treat an increasingly serious global health problem, with Saudi Arabia having some of the highest rates of diabetes and metabolic diseases in the world.
Each talk is approximately 35 min followed by a Q&A session.
All are welcome to register and attend. Registration links included below.
May 9 (12:00 p.m.) Register here Beril Erdem Tunçdemir Department of Biology, Hacettepe University, Turkey Title: Nephrogenic diabetes insipidus-GPCR studies with our multimode plate reader
May 10 (12:00 p.m.) Register here Mr. Abdulelah Saleh Organic Bioelectronics Laboratory, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, KSA Title: Glucose biosensors: history and future
May 12 (12:00 p.m.) Register here Dr. Jan Rozman Czech Centre of Phenogenomics, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic Title: Mice as experimental models for metabolic disorders in humans – lessons learned from projects that range between large-scale biology and in-depth metabolic phenotyping May 16 (12:00 p.m.) Register here Ms. Viktoria Ehret and Mr. Usevalad Ustsinau Preclinical Imaging Laboratory, Medical University of Vienna, Austria Title: Assessment of hepatic glucose and lipid metabolism by PET/MR and DMI measurements
May 17 (11:30 a.m.) Register here for all May 17 talks Dr. Jean Cozzi and Dr. Guillaume Pavlovic European Innovation Manager, Charles Rivers Laboratory, and Genetic Engineering and Model Validation Department, Institut Clinique de la Souris - PHENOMIN - IGBMC, France Title: Mouse and rat research models to investigate diabetes and obesity
May 17 (12:15 p.m.) Dr. Benoit Petit-Demoulière Phenotyping Department, Institut Clinique de la Souris – PHENOMIN - IGBMC France Title: Phenotyping analyses in rodents to elucidate the function of genes involved in metabolism
May 17 (12:50 p.m.) Dr. Guillaume Pavlovic Genetic Engineering and Model Validation Department, Institut Clinique de la Souris - PHENOMIN – IGBMC, France Title: Reproducible 16S rRNA sequencing to study the composition of the gut microbiome
For any questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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