Gene Regulatory Networks for Development

This course introduces the concepts of Gene regulatory networks (GRNs), and teaches experimental and computational methods used to study them, through highly interactive lectures, discussions, group projects, and practical tutorials.

Zebrafish Development and Genetics

Over the past 25 years, the zebrafish has emerged as a powerful model system for the study of vertebrate development and disease. This course will focus on the development and genetics of zebrafish and will cover time proven as well as novel technologies geared towards their application in zebrafish.

Workshop on Molecular Evolution

The workshop serves graduate students, postdocs, and established faculty from around the world seeking to apply the principles of molecular evolution to questions of anthropology, conservation genetics, development, behavior, physiology, and ecology.

Frontiers in Reproduction: Molecular and Cellular Concepts and Applications

Frontiers in Reproduction (FIR) is an intensive six-week laboratory and lecture course designed for advanced graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, newly independent scientists and physicians who seek training in modern state-of-the-art methods and a broad view of current concepts in all areas of reproductive biology.