Morphological Mouse Phenotyping

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Short course 2022

It is a pleasure to announce the forthcoming Morphological Mouse Phenotyping Course that will be held in Barcelona face-to-face and on-line on July 4th – 8th, 2022. 

This year 18 leading mouse researchers, anatomists and pathologists from all Europe and North America will teach in this course.  The course is addressed to graduate, Master’s and post-doctoral researchers basic and expert knowledge to morphologically phenotype mouse models of human diseases.


Deadline for application is June 30th, 2022.   To apply, participants should send a CV and a short letter of motivation to


More information and the programme can be found in on the PATHBIO website and the  IMPC website too. 

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