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Comparative Medicine at Oslo University Hospital HF will be hosting a seminar.
In one morning get updated on:
Are contaminated cell lines preventing you from publishing results?
New Trends in Animal Health Monitoring towards animal welfare.
Hygiene concepts and biosecurity rules in animal facilities – Why, what and how?
Learn more about “Contamination of cell lines, hybridomas, and tumours with rodent pathogens” and “Genetic Contamination of Cell Lines and Tumour Models”. “Why is health monitoring so important and how is it done properly – Best practices and methodologies”. “Hygiene Concepts and Biosecurity rules in animal facilities – Why, what and how?
Attendance can be considered part of continuous professional education, as is required by Mattilsynet for all licensed persons working in LAS.
Course certificates will be issued and the seminar will also be open to colleagues and users in LAS facilities outside Oslo University Hospital, free of charge.
Due to limited capacity in the auditorium, attendance requires prior registration.
Participants are admitted on a first come first served basis and are advised to await any travel arrangements until they have received confirmation of attendance.
If you are interested in attending the seminar, please click here for registration.
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