Learning and Development, a division of Talent Management and Organization Development, has openings for the Cell Culture Techniques workshop taking place March 10–13. The four-day workshop will give participants a solid understanding of the growth of animal cells using classroom lectures and hands-on laboratory exercises.
Topics covered in the workshop include introduction to cell and tissue culture, serum and serum-free media use, cell counting and viability determination, growth of adherent and suspension cells, cell cloning, differentiation, and cryopreservation and cryothawing of animal cells.
This workshop would be beneficial to anyone working in a research or clinical setting, seeking to improve their technical procedure skills and wanting to maintain a safe and productive work environment.
The workshop takes place at the
BioTechnical Institute of Maryland
2001 Aliceanna Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
Tuesday, March 10, to Friday, March 13
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Click here to register.
This workshop is free for full- and part-time faculty and staff who receive university benefits. All other employees, in categories such as health system, temporary, limited, or casual employees, as well as students and postdocs, may attend for a $275/day fee.
Participants are expected to adhere to Learning and Development's cancellation and attendance policies. More information can be found here.
For additional information or assistance with enrolling, you can contact us by calling our main phone line at 443-997-6800 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.