Workshop 2019 - Group Lab Photo
Group Photo from Workshop 2019This annual workshop is held on the UCSD campus.  Led by Dr. Volker Vallon, faculty from UCSD and UAB organize an annual workshop designed to practice animal handling and phenotyping techniques for commonly used methods to study kidney function in the rat and mouse.  The format includes lectures (about 2 hours a day), demonstrations and hand-on practical training (about 6 hours a day).  Participants received a detailed workshop folder including all workstation handouts and lecture slides. This workshop is limited to 9 participants for the maximum interaction and time for training.  The 10th workshop will be held in March 30 to April 3, 2020, just before Experimental Biology, which will also take place in San Diego. Please contact Dr. Vallon (vvallon@ucsd.edu) for further information.

Previous participants include; graduate students, postdocs, research assistants, research associates, scientists, and faculty from 52 institutions from 11 countries (Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Japan, Nigeria, Puerto Rico, Switzerland and the USA.)

Rodent Kidney Physiology / Injury Workshop 2020
Rodent Kidney Physiology / Injury Workshop 2019

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