In vivo analysis of ubiquitylation and sumoylation

Institut de génétique et développement de Rennes - Institut Jacques Monod
 Training school - 5 days
 
 
AUDIENCE
PhD students, postdocs and staff scientists working or planning to work on protein ubiquitylation or sumoylation.

GOALS & SKILLS
This advanced course will provide a hands-on practical training on tools and techniques used for the analysis of protein ubiquitylation and sumoylation in living cells. The practical sessions will use yeast and cultured mammalian cells as model organisms, yet the concepts and the techniques that will be learned are transferable to other model systems.

TERM OF ACCESS

Applicants must have a general background in biochemistry. Beware, as the lessons will be in English, the understanding of specific vocabulary is required.
Resume and motivation letter are requested in the application form.
Chosen participants will be notified two weeks after the application deadline.

 
PEDAGOGICAL ORGANIZATION
The training school will take place during five consecutive working days and will be given in English. The program will include practical sessions, short presentations from the participants, and lectures from the organizers and invited speakers.
The schedule will be organized to foster scientific discussions and interactions between the trainees, trainers and invited speakers.

PROGRAM
  • Monitoring the ubiquitylation and sumoylation of proteins by western blot
  • Purification of ubiquitylated and sumoylated proteins under denaturing conditions
  • Identification of ubiquitylated proteins by mass spectrometry
  • Protein complementation assays to investigate ubiquitylation mechanisms
  • Keynote lectures from Hugues de Thé (Paris, France) and Sylvie Urbe (Liverpool, UK)

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Organized in the framework of the EU COST BM1307 “PROTEOSTASIS”COST logo


PEDAGOGICAL COORDINATION

Gwenaël RABUT
INSERM researcher
Institut de génétique et développement de Rennes

Sébastien LEON
CNRS research director
Institut Jacques Monod

Benoit PALANCADE
CNRS researcher
Institut Jacques Monod


 
PROJECT MANAGER
Anne GUENROC

ASSISTANT
Estelle RIO

PRICE:
• 300 € for PhD students
• 400 € for other scientists
This price includes lunches and coffee breaks.
Travel grants (up to 500 €) will be awarded to selected participants involved in the COST Action PROTEOSTASIS BM1307 (cost-proteostasis.eu)
DURATION:
5 consecutive days (40 hours)
DATES:
from 4 to 8 September 2017
APPLICATION DEADLINE:
before 7 june 2017
Chosen participants will be notified two weeks after the application deadline.
PLACE:
Institut Jacques Monod
15 Rue Hélène Brion
75013 Paris
CONTACT:
Anne GUENROC
Tél : +33 (0)2 23 23 39 50
anne.guenroc@univ-rennes1.fr
Université de Rennes 1
service formation continue
6, rue Kléber - CS 16926
35069 Rennes CEDEX

France

ISQ-OPQF Université de Rennes 1 - service formation continue
6, rue Kléber - CS 16926 - 35069 Rennes Cedex
tél. : +33 (0)2 23 23 39 50 - courriel : sfc@univ-rennes1.fr

 
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