About the Organiser
SRM Institute of Science & Technology is one of the top-ranking universities in India with over 52,000 students and more than 3,200 faculty across all the campus, offering a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs in Engineering, Management, Medicine & Health Sciences, Science & Humanities, Pharmacy, Law and Agriculture.
About the Workshop
Peripheral blood microRNAs (miRNAs) are endogenous, noncoding small RNAs present in the blood. Because of their size, abundance, tissue specificity, and relative stability in peripheral circulation, they offer great promise of becoming a potential diagnostic tool. This workshop is intended for medical practitioners and Postgraduates to gain knowledge on the use of circulatory microRNAs in molecular diagnostics.
The workshop will be a two days hands-on program, designed to cover basic molecular techniques used in the modern laboratory concentrating on the isolation of circulatory microRNA from serum, complementary DNA synthesis and expression of miRNA by Real-Time PCR. The aim of this workshop is to introduce participants about the potential application of microRNA in the non-invasive diagnostic approach.
How to Register
- Participants willing to register should send the completed registration form available here to barathis[at]srmist.edu.in.
- Selected participants will be intimated (purely based on first come first serve basis) regarding the payment of registration fees.
- The registration fee for the workshop is Rs. 500/-.
- The Registration fee amount may be paid through online remittance to the following account or through demand draft drawn in favour of “BIOTECH ASSOCIATION” payable at Chennai.
- Last date for registration: Sep 25, 2019
- Spot registration is also available.
Conveners: Dr S. Barathi, Dr R. Vasantharekha, Mr M.K. Jaganathan