Full course description
The Introduction to Rodent Breeding Training has been temporarily suspended until least mid June 2020 per guidance from upper administration at Indiana University in response to the COVID-19 virus containment response plan. Please check back for any updates.
What is this course about?
The purpose of this course is to inform PIs and their technicians about proper rodent breeding strategies. Topics include how to choose which breeding methods are best for your lab, identification methods, and troubleshooting breeding issues and many others. If you would like to schedule a time for LARC to meet with your entire lab, please email email@example.com.
Who should attend this course?
This course will be most useful for new research faculty and staff. This course is perfect for individuals that have no animal experience, but is also a very useful refresher course.
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Course Offered by: Laboratory Animal Resource Center (LARC), IU School of Medicine
Course Locations: Indianapolis
Course Length: 1-2 hours
SOM, LARC, Indianapolis