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Immunophenotyping: Generation and Analysis of Immunological Datasets 2018

Wellcome Trust Genome Campus Hinxton | Cambridge, UK
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Title: Immunophenotyping: Generation and Analysis of Immunological Datasets 2018
Specialty: Immunology
Dates: From Feb, 18, 2018 to Feb, 24, 2018
Location: Cambridge, UK
Type: Conference
Registration Cost: From 775 to 775 GBP
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Event Venue:

Wellcome Trust Genome Campus Hinxton

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Concerned Audience:
  • Medical_Professionals
  • Medical_students
  • Nurses
Event Overview
Welcome message:

Across all biological sciences, technological advances result in more ambitious projects and larger data sets. This course will demonstrate how to take common immunological techniques to the next level by combining them with semi-automated and automated analysis methods and using appropriate statistical analysis pipelines.


This practical, laboratory-based course is suited to PhD students and postdocs who would like to get more out of the experiments they perform and make sure their data analysis has a sound basis.


Participants will receive training in how to set up an immunological phenotyping experiment and will gain hands-on experience in a number of immunological techniques suitable for large-scale phenotyping. Using the data generated during the course, we will explore manual, semi-automated and automated analysis approaches and relevant statistics for different data sets and discuss benefits and challenges. All experiments will be conducted on samples from a knockout strain which the participants will identify at the end of the course.


The course will be conducted in collaboration with the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute Mouse Genetics Project (MGP) and the Infection and Immunity Immunophenotyping (3i) consortium.


MGP generates and phenotypes knockout mice, most of which were generated by the International Knockout Mouse Consortium. For each mutant line, groups of seven male and seven female mice move through a standard analysis pipeline aimed at detecting traits that differ from healthy C57BL/6N mice. The pipeline collects many measurements of viability, fertility, body weight, infection, hearing, morphology, haematology, behaviour, blood chemistry and immunity and compares them to wild type controls. An overview over the first 250 lines has been published in Cell by White and al. Currently, MGP phenotypes 160 knockout lines a year.


During the course we will delve hands-on into a number of tests that are conducted routinely by 3i under high-throughput conditions and discuss the best way to analyse and interpret the data.

Speakers/Faculty:

Adrian Hayday King’s College London, UK

Simon Clare Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, UK

Lucie Abeler-Dörner King’s College London, UK

Anneliese Speak Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, UK

Adam Laing King’s College London, UK

Dmitry Ushakov King’s College London, UK

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A summary of exhibitor packages and other sponsorship opportunities is also below.


Exhibitor Packages


Gold package: £3,500 + VAT


Two exhibitor passes: includes entrance to all lectures, refreshments and lunch/dinner, excludes accommodation.

Large exhibition space (height 2m x width 3.5m), suitable for display of equipment and demonstrations. Includes a table, two chairs & electrical/internet connection.

Abstract submission for poster and/or selected presentation as part of the scientific programme.

A full page advertisement in the abstract book.

Co-sponsorship of conference dinner.

Logo on meeting website.

Conference dinner entrance for two.

Prominent acknowledgement on all meeting signage.

Silver package: £2,500 + VAT 


Two exhibitor passes: includes entrance to all lectures, refreshments and lunch/dinner but excludes the conference dinner and excludes accommodation.

Exhibition space (height 2m x width 2m), suitable for a pop-up stand and display of literature/products. includes a table, two chairs & electrical/internet connection.

Abstract submission for poster and/or selected presentation as part of the scientific programme

Flyers in the conference delegate pack.

Logo on meeting website.

Acknowledgement on meeting signage.

Bronze package: £1,500 + VAT 


One exhibitor pass: includes entrance to all lectures, refreshments and lunch/dinner but excludes the conference dinner and excludes accommodation.

Exhibition space (height 2m x width 2m), suitable for a single pull up stand and display of 

literature/products. Includes a table, chair & electrical/internet connection.

Logo on meeting website.

Acknowledgement on meeting signage.

Please contact us for further information on our package for charities/non-profits.


Other Sponsorship Opportunities: 


All include acknowledgement on the meeting website and meeting signage


Placement of flyers in the delegate packs - £400.00 + VAT.

Placement of an advertisement in the abstract book - £600.00 + VAT.

Sponsorship of a drinks reception - £800.00 + VAT.

Co-sponsor of conference dinner - £1,500.00 + VAT.

Sponsorship of refreshments (tea/coffee) - cost tbc + VAT.

Sponsorship of social activities (e.g. Punting/whisky tasting) - cost tbc + VAT.

Donation.

Discounts are available for multiple conference support. To discuss these, or any other sponsorship opportunities (e.g. poster prizes, student bursaries), please contact us.   

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Contact No.: +44 (0)1223 496910

Email: advancedcourses@wellcomegenomecampus.org

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