CRISPR Genome Editing: Design & Strategy

CRISPR Genome Editing: Design & Strategy

22-23 June 2017

Homerton College, University of Cambridge

22nd - 23rd June 2017. This course has now passed.

The targeted addition of genes to mammalian genomes is fundamental practice in biotechnology, basic life science research and for gene therapy in the clinics. The majority of methods for the stable insertion of genes into cells rely on random genomic transgene integration followed by laborious antibiotic selection and screening steps. This unwieldy random integration can lead to several confounding effects on gene expression, including multiple integrations per cell, the disruption of endogenous genes at or near the site of integration, and unstable transgene expression due to epigenetic regulation.
These limitations often lead to unpredictable cell behaviour, irreproducible results and increase the chance of erroneous data interpretation.

The clustered regularly interspaced palindromic repeats or ‘CRISPR’ as they are more widely known overcome almost all of these concerns,


as this technology facilitates the precise addition of transgenes to specific locations in mammalian genomes.

On this CamBioScience ‘Genome Editing: CRISPR Design & Strategy’ Course you will learn how to best implement techniques relating to this versatile and programmable sequence-specific endonuclease to expedite and enhance your research or product development.

All CamBioScience courses are specifically designed to perfectly match the expectations of our participants. Our world leading instructors provide the Cambridge expertise for you to advance your individual research! Click here for impressions of our last ‘Genome Editing’ course.


IMPORTANT: Don’t forget to bring your laptop for the bioinformatics training.






Dr Barry Rosen

Dr Mark Thomas
Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

Dr Emmanouil Metzakopian
Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

Dr Oliver Baker
Horizon Discovery

Dr Norah Fogarty
The Francis Crick Institute

Miss Liliana Antunes
Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

Dr Xiaoping Li
Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

Dr Moyra Lawrence
University of Cambridge

> more about the team




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Previous CRISPR course video:




Venue: Homerton College, Cambridge, UK

Disclaimer: CamBioScience reserves the right to make changes to the content of the course at any time. If for any reason an instructor becomes unavailable for the period of the workshop, CamBioScience may appoint a qualified replacement at their discretion. CamBioScience will make all reasonable efforts to inform all registered participants by e-mail about any changes made to the programme. CamBioScience shall not be responsible for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the programme and accepts no liability whatsoever for any loss or damage to the participant howsoever arising. It is the participants responsibility to take care of all travel and accommodation arrangements to ensure participation at the workshop. Whilst we will use our reasonable endeavours to supply the services, we shall not be responsible for any failure to provide services or any unavailability. The client must inform CamBioScience by e-mail or in writing within 2 weeks post confirmed registration, but at the latest 2 weeks before the beginning of the workshop, about any cancellation of the course bookings. If the client fails to do so within the requested period post confirmation of registration and if no other applicant can fill the resulting empty slot in the workshop, the client will be charged in full for the initially accepted service.
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