ISTT Registration Awards for TT2016 meeting in Prague27 July 2015.
A minimum of six Registration Awards will be sponsored by the International Society for Transgenic Technologies for ISTT members wishing to attend the 13th Transgenic Technologies (TT2016) meeting in Prague, The Czech Republic, on 20-23rd March, 2016. Selected applicants will be awarded funding to cover registration fees plus attendance at all social events. However, the award does not cover travel expenses, hotel accommodation or attendance at pre-meeting events.
Applicants who are not y... read more
Registration OPEN for the next (13th) Transgenic Technology (TT2016) meeting in Prague, Czech Republic, 20-23 March 20164 July 2015.
we are pleased to announce that registration and abstract submission for the 13th Transgenic Technology Meeting (TT2016) in Prague, Czech Republic from 20th – 23rd March 2016 are now OPEN.
At TT2016, Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier will be jointly awarded the 11th ISTT Prize. Andras Nagy will give the opening plenary lecture and Denis Duboule the closing one.
Thomas Boehm and Richard Behringer will give our special Orbis pictus lectures.
Further informat... read more
Tenth Transgenic Animal Research Conference, Tahoe City, California (USA), 9 - 13 August, 201526 June 2015.
Plan to attend the 10th Transgenic Animal Research Conference (TARC X) in August of 2015. At this international meeting you will learn the latest developments in the field of non-murine transgenic animals. In celebration of the 10th conference in this series the program will contain nine review talks, to be published in a special issue of Transgenic Research. Once again the conference will be held at the beautiful Granlibakken Resort and Conference Center, high in the Sierra Nevada Mountains ... read more
IMM2015-Leiden, June 11-12, 2015-A Short Meeting Report 15 June 2015.
On June 11-12, the 8th Workshop on Innovative Mouse Models (IMM2015) was held in the Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, Netherlands. This biannual meeting brings together a diverse group of researchers interested in developing and exploiting mouse models to study fundamental developmental processes and to mimic human disease. Featuring the most recent advances on transgenic animal technology, this meeting encourages in-depth discussions in a very open way, accessible for young and sen... read more
ISTT Board of Directors: STATEMENT ON GENETIC ENGINEERING OF HUMAN EMBRYOS10 June 2015. ISTT Board of Directors
STATEMENT ON GENETIC ENGINEERING OF HUMAN EMBRYOS
June 10, 2015
Genetic engineering in animals is a process that has engendered great excitement as well as great anxiety. The technology is used to study developmental processes (using small animals such as the mouse, zebra fish, fruit fly, worm, etc.), determine gene function, and mimic human and animal disease processes. Perhaps the greatest promises of this technology are to develop and test drugs and to perfo... read more
Ultra-superovulation in C57BL/6 mice: 100 oocytes/female30 May 2015.
Last September, in Buffalo (USA), at the CARD-RPCI Mouse Sperm and Embryo Cryopreservation course organized by Naomi Nakagata, Aimee Stablewski and Jan Parker-Thornburg, Naomi Nakagata himself presented the preliminary results of an amazing achievement in Reproductive Biology they had accomplished at the University of Kumamoto (Japan), namely: the obtention of more than 100 oocytes per C57BL/6 female after devising a new protocol for superovulation, a method they introduced as ULTRA-superovu... read more
Meet the ISTT at the 8th Workshop on Innovative Mouse Models (IMM2015)22 May 2015.
Meet the ISTT at the 8th Workshop on Innovative Mouse Models (IMM2015) that will be held on 11-12 June 2015, in Leiden, the Netherlands. The popular biannual “Workshop on Innovative Mouse Models” brings together a diverse group of scientists interested in developing and exploiting mouse models to study fundamental developmental processes and to mimic human disease. Keynote speakers from leading laboratories present the latest developments on advanced genome alteration protocols, this year sp... read more
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
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Forthcoming ISTT sponsored meetings
10th UC Davis Transgenic Animal Research Conference
Granlibakken Conference Center, Tahoe City, California, USA, 9-13 August 2015
Organizer: James Murray (UC Davis Department of Animal Science)
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)
COURSE application: is June 28th SYMPOSIUM registration: July 19th information contact: email@example.com
Next TT Meeting: TT2016
Prague, Czech Republic
20-23 March 2016
Organized by: Radislav Sedlacek
TT2016 Meeting Deadlines:
ISTT Registration Awards 30 Nov
Awards communicated 15 Dec
Submission abstracts 15 Dec
Early registration fee 15 Jan
The 11th ISTT Prize jointly awarded to Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier