3D Tissue Models
Workshop on Colony Management: Principles and Practices
Scripps, Jupiter, FL
600 Main Street
Bar Harbor, Maine 04609-1500


   2010 Courses, Workshops, and Meetings (subject to change)

   Nov 9 – 11 Workshop on Colony Management: Principles and Practices*

   All events are held at The Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine
   unless specified otherwise with * symbol. * Please see the web site
   for location.

   Dates are subject to change. Details and updates are available online:

   600 Main Street
   Bar Harbor, Maine 04609-1500

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Schedule of Presentations:

Tuesday, November 9, 2010
08:00:00 Registration
09:00:00 Back to the Future - From Fancy Mice to Mendel: A Mouse Genetics Primer John Macauley
10:00:00 Genetic Quality Control John Macauley
11:00:00 Break
11:15:00 Mouse Genetics and Strain Nomenclature: What's in a Name Jennifer Corrigan
12:15:00 Lunch Break
13:30:00 Colony Set-up and Breeding Strategies Melissa Osborne
14:30:00 Break
14:45:00 Genetic Background Effects on Phenotype Melissa Osborne
15:45:00 Guidelines for Production Colony Construction and Maintenance Melissa Osborne
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
09:00:00 Practical Guidelines for Maintaining Mouse Health Peggy Danneman
10:45:00 Break
11:00:00 Recovering from Disease Outbreaks Peggy Danneman
12:00:00 Lunch
13:15:00 Reproductive Biology of the Laboratory Mouse Janice Pendola
14:15:00 Break
14:30:00 Mouse Models of Disease: Technologies and Repositories Janice Pendola
15:30:00 Cryopreservation: A Cool Approach to Colony Management Janice Pendola
Thursday, November 11, 2010
09:00:00 Using Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ARTs) to Rederive, Rescue, and Rapidly Expand Colonies Jennifer Corrigan
10:00:00 Break
10:15:00 Nutritional Aspects of Maintaining Animal Health and Phenotype Kristi Thompson
11:15:00 Introduction to the JAX Colony Management System (JCMS) Computer Software Charles Donnelly
12:15:00 End of program
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