Neuromouse : An integrated and translational Research Consortium to study the dysfunction and degeneration of the nervous system

We will be hosting a meeting for the MRC Mouse Network in London on 23rd January 2015.

The purpose of the meeting is to update the network on lines produced, phenotyping tests being performed, and any phenotyping results of interest to date. We will also demonstrate the new International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium portal, through which all IMPC data can be accessed, along with associated data analysis tools. We are open to suggestions, if there is anything else you would like us to include on the agenda.

All Network members are welcome to attend. If you would like to attend, or have any specific questions about the meeting at this point, please contact Debbie Ashworth (

In association with the Sanger Institute, MRC Harwell hosted a training course on different bioinformatic resources related to mouse mutants.  Below are the presentations and manuals given during the course.

Please find attached Tom's talk from the Neuromouse meeting.

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The Company of Biologists  are organizing a workshop on “New Technologies and Applications for Genome Engineering” Sunday 25th – Wednesday 28th March 2012. 
Organizers:  Lizzy Fisher,  Victor Tybulewicz and Andrew Smith. 
20 speakers, all leaders in the field, will attend and there are 8 delegate places available for graduate students/post-docs and young PI’s.  The only costs involved are travel costs to and from Wiston House in West Sussex, UK.  Conference fees including accommodation and catering for the duration of the Workshop are free.
You will find more information on the Workshop on the following webpage -
Please find a flyer attached advertising the Workshop.  The deadline for applications is Friday 3rd February 2012.
If you have any questions regarding this Workshop please contact Nicky Le Blond at The Company of Biologists –

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