This intensive 3 days ‘Introduction to Stem Cell Culture’ workshop offers hand on training using human cell lines, commonly used in human biology, pharmaceutical, and molecular biology research. During the workshop the participant will: 1/ Attend lectures on the background on stem cells applications and stem cell culture. 2/ Gain hands-on experience in a range of stem cell culture techniques. (Lab coats required for this workshop)
The course teaches participants how to conduct a comprehensive review of previously published literature and how to summarize it in both proposals and biomedical papers. In addition, the course provide overview of available reference managers to help organize and sort collected papers.
Data management and preprocessing are critical stages in conducting research. This workshop focuses on budling complete and high-quality data using basic statistical methods. Participants will learn how to build a dataset combined with a codebook and to screen for implausible and outlier values.
This course will discuss the ethical theories, ethical principles, and professional codes. Also, the Saudi laws, regulations, and guideline on medical practice. Learning about patient rights, responsibilities, and ethical issues also will discussed.
• The course will cover types of data collection tools in medical research. Practical steps for designing a new questionnaire will be covered including questionnaire items, format, layout and flow. Practice sessions on writing questions. • Over view of the steps of questionnaire design and psychometric analysis of questionnaires relevant to healthcare professionals. The course will focus on validity and Reliability design. Finally, this course will cover How to report validity and reliability items in a manuscript.
This course will discuss: * Ethical issues in contraception and abortion, prenatal / neonatal screening and treatment of disease, pre-marital screening. * Ethical issues in artificial insemination, invitro fertilization, gender selection and gender correction. * Ethical issues in palliative and terminal care, advance directives, do not resuscitate orders, and deciding to withhold or withdraw life support. * Ethical issues relating to tissue and organ donation.
This workshop will be focusing in the most widely used method of DNA sequencing technology which is designed for users of capillary electroscopes technology. Attendees will benefit by having training in a class environment and hands-on lab practical. The instrument used during the training will be the 3500 series.
The course guides participants through the process of writing proposals for health sciences. Activity Objectives : 1) To understand the significance of writing grant research proposals. 2) To comprehend the anatomy of comprehensive research proposals. 3) To learn how to write each section of the research proposals in order to maximize acceptance. 4) To be familiar of common mistakes to avoid them. 5) To understand how to draft a work plan and budgeting for grant proposals.