ICS line text

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn more


Mouse Models of Disease: Using pathology techniques to enhance phenotyping outcomes

Open in full size

This three-day meeting aims to bring together veterinary and human pathologists - together with scientists working with mouse models in academic and industrial research - to discuss the use of pathology and related in vivo techniques for phenotypic analysis of mouse models of disease. The programme will provide scientific, educational and training material.

The meeting will cover the investigation of three specific areas – embryonic lethal, CNS and haematopoietic phenotypes. Sessions will cover the normal background anatomy and development as well as sampling and investigative techniques relevant to these areas (including imaging). The meeting will also focus on the use of histopathology to define morphological phenotypes and distinguish them from common spontaneous changes in mouse strains.


ICS will attend the meeting.

- Training course

Hinxton, Cambridge, Uk

search icon