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International Conference Series
One-of-a-kind lectures on cutting-edge CRISPR biotechnologies with opportunities to learn cell biology, molecular biology, epigenetics, protein engineering, and more!
Plus, Earn a Career Certificate.
The CRISPR/Cas9 Revolution
Designer Gene Editing
September 12, 2021
Natural and Engineered Cas Variants
October 16, 2021
CRISPR Applications: Research, Therapeutics, Diagnostics, and more
November 14, 2021
Advancing your Scientific Career
December 18, 2021
Meet your Instructor
Dr. Kristina Tatiossian, PhD is a scientist with nearly 10 years of experience working with genome engineering tools in both the academic and industry setting. She has multiple, peer-reviewed publications and awards for her research, speaking engagements, and mentorship. Dr. Tatiossian is a skilled lecturer & instructor with experience mentoring hundreds of students aged 16 and up.
Invest in yourself
Monthly for 4 months
The Labmates International Conference
Attend monthly live lectures September - December, 2021
Q&A sessions directly with PhD level scientists
Access to lecture recordings
Join and interact with a community of motivated learners
Earn a Career Certificate
Frequently asked questions
What if I miss a live session? Will a recording be provided?
Yes! All live lectures are recorded and will be sent to attendees following the live session.
How often will live lectures occur?
Once monthly. You will be notified at least 2 weeks and up to 4 weeks in advance of the next lecture date/time.
Do I get certification for attending the lectures?
Yes! We will award you a certificate in December if you attended either the live or watched the recorded sessions for every lecture.
How long do lectures last?
Lectures last 1-2 hours in total with a roughly 15-20 min Q&A session at the end.
What is the structure of lectures?
The Labmates lectures are structured nearly identically to a professional scientific conference. Our sessions are live and they begin with a short introduction of the speaker, followed by a 40 - 45 min lecture, and concluded with 15-20min Q&A session. Recordings of all sessions will be sent to registrants.
What if my question wasn't answered live in the lecture session?
All questions will be answered and responses returned to all registrants of The Labmates through email. Answers to questions will be sent up to 1 week after the live event to provide your instructors time to fully answer each question and provide additional resources for learning.
Who is this lecture series for?
Learners around the world! If you're generally interested in learning more about advanced biotechnologies or would like to take the first step in applying CRISPR to your own work in the laboratory, we built The Labmates for you!
What will I get from this lecture series?
- A better understanding of CRISPR/Cas9 technology and its applications in our world
Improved career readiness with upskilled biotech knowledge
Free 6-month subscriptino to CRISPR Medicine News
Certificate of Completion
When does the lecture series end?
The final lecture for The Labmates will be in December 2021.
Are there preprequisite courses for this series?
No, but it is suggested to watch The CRISPR/Cas9 Revolution free, introductory lecture before our next live session on September 12, 2021.