The 11th ISTT Prize jointly awarded to Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier18 April 2015.
Houston, TX, USA. 18 April 2015.
The International Society for Transgenic Technologies (ISTT, Inc.) is proud to announce that the 11th ISTT Prize will be co-awarded to Dr. Emmanuelle Charpentier and Dr. Jennifer Doudna for their collaborative work on the CRISPR-Cas9 system that is rapidly advancing the field of transgenic research. The ISTT Prize is awarded to investigators who have made outstanding contributions to the field of transgenic technologies. The awardees for the 11th ISTT Priz... read more
ISTT Awarded Scientists27 February 2015.
The International Society for Transgenic Technologies (ISTT) has updated its web site and now includes, in its public pages, additional information for all the awarded scientists, outstanding researchers in the field of Transgenic Technologies, which have been awarded the ISTT Prize, generously sponsored by genOway, or the ISTT Young Investigador Award, generously sponsored by ingenious targeting laboratory.
These are the 10 outstanding scientists awarded the ISTT Prize for the period 200... read more
Advances in the Generation of Genetically Modified Animal Models: International Course & Symposium, Institut Pasteur de Montevideo (Uruguay), 7-18 September 201521 January 2015.
The International Society for Trangenic Technologies (ISTT) proudly co-sponsors the International Course & Symposium on Advances in the Generation of Genetically Modified Animal Models, to be held at the Institut Pasteur de Montevideo (Uruguay), organized by ISTT Members Martina Crispo (Unidad de Animales Transgénicos y Experimentación, UATE, Institut Pasteur de Montevideo) and Alejo Menchaca (Instituto de Reproducción Animal de Uruguay, IRAUy), on 8-15 September 2015.
The aim is to o... read more
SALAAM kick-off meeting in Munich: thinking big (the important role of large animal models)19 January 2015.
About a month ago, shortly before the season break, and very timely to enjoy its Christmas Market (Weihnachtsmarkt), the kick-off meeting of the Project SALAAM (Sharing Advances on Large Animal Models) took place in Munich (Germany), 15-17 December 2014, beautifully organized by Eckhard Wolf and Pascale Chavatte-Palmer, Chair and Co-Chair of this EU-COST Action BM1308. This conference, open to any interested researcher in the field, represented the official launch of the SALAAM project, to d... read more
The ISTT Calendar for year 20155 January 2015.
Happy New Year to all ISTT Members!. Here, you can download a free copy of the 2015 ISTT Calendar. This edition has been nicely prepared by ISTT Board Member Karen Brennan (Sydney, Australia), using numerous beautiful images generously provided by members and supporting companies. Download it, print it and use it!. Enjoy it!.... read more
Happy New Year: the ISTT finishes 2014 with 736 members1 January 2015.
On behalf of the ISTT, I wish everyone a Happy and Prosperous New Year!
The International Society for Transgenic Technologies (ISTT) finishes year 2014 with 736 members. At the ISTT we have launched the 2015 renewal campaign and we hope that those of you that are not yet ISTT members would seriously consider registering in 2015. All information regarding renewals and new registrations is available at the JOIN-RENEW web page.
During 2015, the ISTT will co-sponsor two transgenic meetings... read more
TT2014 meeting report published in Transgenic Research28 December 2014.
The meeting report of the 12th Transgenic Technology meeting (TT2014), held in Edinburgh on October 6-8, 2014, and organized by Douglas Strathdee, Peter Hohenstein and Bruce Whitelaw, has just been published in the scientific journal Transgenic Research.
TT2014 meeting report on the 12th Transgenic Technology meeting in Edinburgh: new era of transgenic technologies with programmable nucleases in the foreground.
Beck IM, Sedlacek R.
Transgenic Res. 2015 Feb;24(1):179-83.
The TT2014 me... read more
New book published: Genetics of the Mouse (Springer, 2015)14 December 2014.
A new book has been published in the field of mouse genetics, filling a gap created since the mid nineties, when the last similar books had been published (i.e. Lee Silver, 1995), devoted to this topic. This new book, entitled "Genetics of the Mouse" has been edited by four experiencied mouse geneticists: Jean-Louis Guénet, Fernando Benavides, Jean-Jacques Panthier and Xavier Montagutelli, and has been published by Springer (2015). The authors are all related with Institut Pasteur, in Paris,... read more
ISTT statement on animal transport12 December 2014.
The International Society for Transgenic Technologies (ISTT) is committed to biomedical research that improves the health and well-being of people and animals worldwide. Transgenic technology has widely been recognized as a powerful tool for analysis of in vivo gene function and generation of animal models that are vital to the effort to develop treatments and cures for disease.
The availability of these research models for study by researchers is critically dependent on their transport b... read more
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Forthcoming ISTT sponsored meetings
Transgenic animals and genetic engineering techniques
Nantes, France, 2-3 July 2015
Organizers: Ignacio Anegon and Séverine Ménoret (Transgenic Rats Core Facility, Nantes, France)
International Course and Mini-Symposium: Advances in the Generation of Genetically Modified (GM) Animal Models
Institut Pasteur de Montevideo (IPM)
7-18 September 2015
Organizers: Martina Crispo (IPM) and Alejo Menchaca (IRAUy)
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Next TT Meeting: TT2016
Prague, Czech Republic
20-23 March 2016
Organized by: Radislav Sedlacek
The 11th ISTT Prize jointly awarded to Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier