Sep 15 - Nov 20, 2018
The St. John’s Research Institute (SJRI) is a part of the St John’s National Academy of Health Sciences, which is run by the CBCI Society for Medical Education. From its inception, St. John’s has set before it an ideal of excellence in academic courses as well as service to society as a result of which it has truly become holistic both in its outlook and in its approach to the problems of community health. The Nadathur Lab for breast cancer research in the Division of Molecular Medicine, SJRI, has been involved in investigating the biological basis of those aspects of breast cancer that are exaggerated in Indian women. The department is now inviting applications for short term courses (theory, demo and hands on sessions) on:
Course 1: GENE EXPRESSION ANALYSIS OF FORMALIN FIXED TISSUES
Course 2: PROTEIN DETECTION METHODS BY IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY AND IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE ASSAYS
Gene expression analysis by PCR: 10 contact classes between 15th September, 2018 and 15th October, 2018.
Protein detection methods by Immunohistochemistry and Immunofluorescence: 10 contact classes between 22nd October, 2018 and 20th November, 2018.
Contact classes will be held on specified dates not exceeding 4 hours a day. The dates will be communicated to the candidates after the selection procedure.
Candidates who have completed M.Sc. in any branch of Life Sciences / B.Tech. / M.Tech. Biotechnology / MBBS /MD / B.Pharm. / M. Pharm. can apply.
Each course is limited to 10 members only and the selection is based on prescreening and merit. Candidates can apply for one or both the courses.
Rs.12000/- per course