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MGC Course Program

Practical Linux 

Date 23 January, 2019, 13:00 - 17:00, Location: LUMC, J1-82, Building 1Organizer: Mihai Lefter.  After completing this short, half day, course attendees will be able to swiftly start using Linux both on a server as well as on their personal computer. 

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(only very few places left, when the course is fully booked and you sign up your name will be put on a waiting list. It gives you priority at a next edition of the course)

GITLab as a collaborative working environment

Date: 6 February, 2019, 9:00 - 12:00, Location: S-00-010, building 2, LUMC - Organizer: Mihai Lefter 

Aimed primarily at LUMC researchers, this short but concise course consists of an introduction to the LUMC GitLab. The course takes approximately three hours and provides participants an insight into how GitLab utilization enhances collaboration and greatly simplifies project management. 

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Technology Facilities

Date: 11-14 February 2019, Location: LUMC and Gorlaeus Lab

Day 1: Genomics and Transcriptomics; day 2: Proteomics; day 3: Live cell Imaging; day 4: Metabolomics

The course is meant for people who are not familiar with the different topics, but encountered (or may encounter) problems in their research project that can be addressed by using techniques as mentioned above and therefore need some know how about the way they can perform specific experiments. The course will inform you about the possibilities of the different techniques and who the experts are within the MGC institutes or outside it.

One can subscribe for single days. For more information and registration


8-9 and 15-16 May: CRISPR/Cas9 course

22 May: Safely working in the Laboratory course

4-7 June: AIO workshop

17-21 June: Genetic engineering in model organisms course

1 October: Safely working in the Laboratory course

4-8 November: OIC course Functional Imaging and Super Resolution

19-22 November: Stem Cells, Organoids and Regenerative Medicine course