NanoImpactNet Training School on Reproducible Uptake & Quantification of Nanoparticles in vitro (and in vivo)

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NanoImpactNet Training School on Reproducible Uptake & Quantification of Nanoparticles in vitro (and in vivo)

Time: February 17, 2011 all day
Location: University of Lausanne
City/Town: Lausanne
Website or Map: http://www.nanoimpactnet.eu/i…
Phone: +41 (021) 314 7249
Event Type: training, school
Organized By: Darren Hart
Latest Activity: Dec 15, 2010

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This is the third NanoImpactNet training school in the series on “Handling protocols and toxicological testing strategies”. It will focus on methods of ensuring reproducible presentation of nanoparticles to cells and on methods to quantitate the uptake of nanoparticles into cells (TEM imaging and stereology). The training school is aimed at early stage researchers (such as PhD students and post-docs) and will take place in conjunction with the 2011 NanoImpactNet Integrating Conference. More details are available on: http://www.nanoimpactnet.eu/index.php?page=training-school or write to the organiser, Dr Iseult Lynch : iseult@fiachra.ucd.ie . You can register for the training school via: http://ww3.unipark.de/uc/IST/15c2/

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