A 2-week course for those interested in learning both fundamental and advanced-level molecular biology techniques.
About this Event
Molecular biology methods are used extensively in modern day drug discovery, research and development, and diagnostics. This hands-on training course is intended for participants with some scientific background who are seeking basic and advanced-level molecular biology training to participate in molecular biology-related and biotechnological research, supervision, scale-up or manufacturing, other technical operations, or basic/applied research.
This is an essential program for individuals looking to bridge the skills gap between college and employment and those seeking new career opportunities in the biotechnology field.
This 2-week course provides hands-on training in best practices in the standard molecular biology techniques performed in biomanufacturing, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology laboratories. Participants will acquire and demonstrate industry-standard knowledge and skills in bacterial cloning, genomic and plasmid DNA isolation, PCR, restriction digest, gel electrophoresis, protein purification, and quantification, as well as experimental design and execution.
Attendees will benefit from having hands-on laboratory experience in the a state-of-the-art industry laboratory at University Lab Partners, as well as from interacting closely with fellow attendees and application scientists over a 2-week period.
Registrations are limited to 6 per class to ensure low student-instructor ratios, social distancing, and a rich educational experience.
Background knowledge of biology and high-level familiarity with structure and functions of cells is expected.
Deep interest in pursuing academic research opportunities and/or career in biotechnology.
If you are in high school, you must have successfully completed Biology AP or Chemistry AP.
February 1, 2021 — February 12, 2021 (2-weeks)
Mondays through Fridays (4 hours per day).
3:30pm – 7:30pm
Tuition includes all course materials, laboratory reagents, and consumables. Light snacks are also provided each day.
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Upon the completion and meeting all the educational objectives of this course, you may become eligible to claim an alternative digital credential through UCI Department of Continuing Education, if you demonstrate competencies that meet the earning criteria.
Internship opportunities may also be available with ULP resident companies upon successful completion and instructor recommendation.