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Courses and Conferences staff

TBD, Director of Education and Conferences, x125
Judi Medlin, Education Coordinator, x102
Chris Smith, Training Lab Manager, x130
Michelle Bailey, Animal and Instrument Technician, x403

Course Schedule

Confirmed and scheduled short courses appear on the MDIBL website and on the MDIBL Master Calendar. Tentatively scheduled short courses are listed on the MDIBL Internal Calendar.

Course Director's Guide

The Course Director's Guide provides detailed information on procedures and policies on new and recurring short courses at MDIBL.

Courses in Development

The Origins of Hepatobiliary Physiology ("Liver Course")

2014 Courses and Conferences

INBRE Southern Maine Community College, Jan 5-10

INBRE University of Maine Presque Isle/University of Maine Fort Kent Jan 7-12
   "Developmental Genetics using C. elegans"

INBRE Colby College, Jan 19-24

INBRE University of Maine Farmington/University of Maine Machias Feb 16-21

INBRE University of Maine Honors College Feb 28-Mar 8

INBRE Bowdoin College Mar 9-14

INBRE College of the Atlantic, Mar 24-28

INBRE Maine Biological and Medical Sciences Symposium, Apr 18

Young Environmental Leaders Apr 22-25

Washington College, May18-31

Quantitative Fluorescence Microscopy May 16-22

Structure and Function of Polarized Epithelial Cells: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine May 24-31

INBRE Comparative Models, Bates College, May 26-June 5

Structure and Function of Polarized Epithelial Cells: Yale University May 31-June 7

Marine Sciences Symposium, Jun 5

Kidney TREKS: Origins of Renal Physiology: Medical students June 6 - 13

Bioentrepreneurship Workshop for Undergraduates and Faculty, June 16-20

BioTrails, week of June 16 plus 6 additional days over the summer

INBRE Colby CAPS July 13-18

Young Environmental Leaders Jul 14-18

Student Symposium Jul 29, INBRE funded

Molecular Mechanisms of Human Disease August 3-9
     Dartmouth Medical School, University of Vermont School of Medicine, University of New England School of Osteopathic Medicine

Environmental Genomics Aug 2-9

University of Akron (residential only) Aug 11-16

Health and Colony Management of Laboratory Fish Aug 17-22

CEHL Summer Restoration  Aug 18-22

Comparative Physiology (BIDMC/Harvard) Aug 24-30

Origins of Renal Physiology: Fellows Aug 31-Sep 7

Renal Conference, September 9-13

Applied Bioinformatics Sep 21-25

2013 Courses

Molecular Biology Research Techniques - Southern Maine Community College
Developmental Biology - University of Maine Presque Isle, University of Maine Fort Kent
Neuroscience - Colby College
Molecular Biology and Regeneration - University of Maine Farmington, University of Maine Machias
Molecular Mechanisms of Human Disease - University of Maine Honors College
Molecular Evolution - Bowdoin College
Molecular Evolutionary Genetics - College of the Atlantic
Experimental Developmental and Molecular Biology - Bates College
Quantitative Flourescent Microscopy
Structure and Function of Polarized Epithelial Cells - University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Structure and Function of Polarized Epithelial Cells - Yale University School of Medicine

Kidney TREKS - Origins of Renal Physiology: Medical Students (MS 1)
Colby CAPS Infinite Variations, Genome Biology

Teacher Workshop in Marine Sciences
Young Environmental Leaders - April
Summer Academy in Genomics
Health and Colony Management of Laboratory Fish
Comparative Physiology - BIDMC
Origins of Renal Physiology: Fellows
National Association of Biology Teachers Workshop
Mechanobiology of Proteins & Cells
Applied Bioinformatics

2012 Courses

Molecular Biology Research Techniques - Southern Maine Community College
Molecular Biology of Regeneration - UMaine Presque Isle, UMaine Fort Kent
Molecular Neuroscience of Circadian Rhythms - Colby College
Molecular Biology Research Techniques - UMaine Machias, UMaine Farmington
Biomechanics - Bowdoin College
COA - Ecological Toxicogenomics
Quantitative Fluorescence Microscopy
Structure and Function of Polarized Epithelial Cells - University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Structure and Function of Polarized Epithelial Cells - Yale University School of Medicine

Molecular Mechanisms of Human Disease - University of Vermont College of Medicine, Dartmouth Medical School
Evolution and Medicine
Infinite Variations: INBRE Genomics
Health and Colony Management of Laboratory Fish
Environmental Genomics Course
Origins of Renal Physiology
Comparative Physiology - Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Killifish Genome Annotation Meeting and Workshop

Applied Bioinformatics

2011 Courses

MDIBL Courses and Conferences, listed by year

Course

Dates

Course Director

Institution

Participants

Funding

Molecular Biology Research Techniques

 

Charlie Wray
Brian Tarbox

Southern Maine Community College

 

INBRE

Neuroscience

 

Andy Christie
Andrea Tilden

Colby College

 

INBRE

Molecular Biology Research Techniques

 

 

UMaine Machias, UMaine Farmington

 

INBRE

Molecular Mechanisms of Human Disease

 

Bruce Stanton
Keith Hutchison

UMaine Honors College

 

INBRE

Ecological Developmental Biology

 

Jim Coffman
Chris Petersen

College of the Atlantic

 

INBRE

Neuroethology

 

Andy Christie
Patsy Dickinson

Bowdoin College

 

INBRE

Experimental Toxicogenomics

 

Rebecca Sommer

Bates College

 

INBRE

Quantitative Fluorescent Microscopy

 

Simon Watkins

 

 

Tuition
Zeiss Microimaging
Agilent
Chroma Technologies

Structure and Function of Polarized Epithelial Cells

 

Ray Frizzell

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

 

Pitt

Structure and Function of Polarized Epithelial Cells

 

John N. Forrest, Jr.

Yale University School of Medicine

 

Yale

Molecular Mechanisms of Human Disease

 

Bruce Stanton

Dartmouth Medical School; University of Vermont School of Medicine; University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

INBRE
Tuition

Summer Academy in Genomics

 

Charlie Wray

various Maine high schools

 

INBRE

Health and Colony Management of Laboratory Fish

 

Paul Bowser

 

 

Tuition

Environmental Genomics

 

John Colbourne
Joe Shaw
Ben King

 

 

Tuition
Life Technologies
Beckman Coulter

Evolution and Medicine

 

Randy Nesse

 

 

Tuition
National Evolution Synthesis Center

Origins of Renal Physiology

 

Mark Zeidel

 

 

Tuition
NIDDK
American Society of Nephrology

Comparative Physiology

 

Mark Zeidel
Bill Aird

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

 

BIDMC

Young Environmental Leaders Spring

 

Jane Disney

 

 

EPA

Young Environmental Leaders Summer

 

Jane Disney

 

 

EPA

 

 

 

 

 

 

Molecular Biology Research Techniques - UMaine Machias, UMaine Farmington
Molecular Mechanisms of Human Disease - UMaine Honors College
Ecological Developmental Biology - College of the Atlantic
Experimental Toxicogenomics - Bates College
Quantitative Fluorescence Microscopy
Structure and Function of Polarized Epithelial Cells - University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Structure and Function of Polarized Epithelial Cells - Yale University School of Medicine
Molecular Mechanisms of Human Disease - University of Vermont College of Medicine, Dartmouth Medical School
Summer Academy in Genomics
Health and Colony Management of Laboratory Fish
Environmental Genomics Course-2011
Evolution and Medicine 2011
Origins of Renal Physiology
Comparative Physiology - Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Conferences and Symposia

INBRE 41st Maine Biological and Medical Sciences Symposium April 18

MDIBL / Jax Annual Symposium