Research Institute in Oncology and Hematology


Contact the GCCRD:

Ludger Klewes
ON6026-675 McDermot Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3E 0V9
Phone: 204-787-2170 or 204-787-2760


Contact RIOH:

Research Institute in Oncology and Hematology
675 McDermot Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3E 0V9
Phone: 204-787-2137
Fax: 204-787-2190
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Training Workshops 2017
1) Beginner Level Workshop

Beginner Level

 
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2) Intermediate Level Workshop

Intermediate Level


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Workshop Trainees are introduced to highly advanced software and microscopes. Trainees learn specialized principles of microscopy via lectures, bench work and a variety of techniques such as image acquisition, data analysis and archiving in the GCCRD. Trainees enjoy a unique opportunity to study whole genomes, single cells, cellular components and functions through advanced molecular imaging, micro-array analysis and functional genomics. The workshops cover a wide range of disciplines, such as molecular and cytogenetic methodologies, the use of imaging software, and other techniques pertaining to the GCCRD. Target groups for training are graduate level students in the biological sciences, medical students, MD/PhD students, residents, post doctoral, clinical and visiting fellows, clinician-scientists, research associates and technicians. In addition, the training of high school and undergraduate students, as well as the education of teachers and the public, is a firm foundation of the training program. This adds to the general knowledge of health science and novel technologies, and may facilitate later career choices.

Several workshops are organized each year in collaboration with our industrial partners, Applied Spectral Imaging Inc., Invitrogen Life Technologies Inc., Carl Zeiss Canada Ltd., Applied Spectral Imaging, and MetaSystems Group Inc.

Please go to the Strategic Training Program website (Innovative Technologies in Multidisciplinary Health Research Training) for an in-depth look at past workshops. The website also contains information on how to apply, research and training opportunities, ITMHRT mentors and their contact information.

You may also contact the workshop directly at: workshop@umanitoba.ca

15th Anniversary Celebration

On June 13, 2014, the GCCRD celebrated its' 15th anniversary with an all-day symposium with international guest speakers discussing imaging technologies, advancements in cellular imaging and diagnostics. To see photos from this event, please click here.



RIOH gratefully acknowledges the generous support of



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