Course intended for
Andrologists, Embryologists, Specialists in Reproductive Medicine, Researchers, Gynecologists, Physicians, Resident Gynecologists and Graduates and Students in Biomedical Sciences (Biology, Medicine, Veterinary, Biochemistry, Pharmacy, etc.).
This course explains the different cell and molecular biology techniques that are more frequently used in research in the reproduction medicine field. In addition, we will also detail how to work in a cell culture laboratory and the diverse cell models used in research such as immortalized cell lines or animal models.
- Basic Research in Assisted Reproduction
- Nucleic acidsç
- Isolation techniques and study of proteins
- Morphological location and immunohistochemistry
- Cell culture
- In vivo studies with animal models
- Application of non-invasive omics
- Massive sequencing
- Mitochondrial DNA and the energy of the preimplantation embryo
- Introduction to research and good clinical practices
- Developing a research project
- Classification of research projects
- Introduction to statistics I
- Introduction to statistics II
- Introduction to statistics III
- Drug development process
- Functions and responsibilities of the participants in a clinical trial
- Use of research results: publication of results
- How to write a manuscript
- Ethics within publications
Important information: To complete the course, you must use the browsers Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer 11 (with the exception of Microsoft Edge) on a computer with Windows Operating System (7, 8 or 10). The platform should not be accessed through mobile devices and / or tablets, regardless of the Operating System.