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qPCR Event Calendar - worldwide qPCR Events         
WorkshopsSymposia, Meetings, Conferences,  EMBO & EMBL  events,  Seminars, qPCR Education Programs, ...

submit your qPCR event here  =>  events@gene-quantification.info




Upcoming events:
Our previous events
2004 - 2019
bioMCC & TATAA


GQ2019  (in Freising-Weihenstephan DE)  GQ2017 -- qPCR dPCR & NGS 2017   qPCR & NGS 2015    qPCR & NGS 2013   Genomics Research Asia 2012 (in Daejeon SK)    qPCR 2011    qPCR 2011 (in Prague CZ)   qPCR 2010 (in San Francisco US)   qPCR 2010 (in Vienna AT)   qPCR 2010 (in Gothenburg SE)    qPCR 2009    qPCR 2009 (in San Francisco US)   qPCR 2008 (in San Francisco US)    qPCR 2007    qPCR 2007 (in San Francisco, US)    qPCR 2005   qPCR 2005 (in Leipzig DE)   qPCR 2004  (1st meeting in Freising-Weihenstephan DE)         



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qPCR Workshops:









qPCR curses are held regularly in:
- Göteborg (Sweden)
- Prague (Czech Republic)
- ... .. world-wide



Our highly appreciated courses are suitable for researchers, technicians, post-graduate students or anyone that wants to learn more about real-time PCR and real-time PCR related technologies. Most of our courses have both theoretical and practical parts where the participants get to do experiments themselves under experienced supervision. Different course modules are available at different occasion and you may take a full week course or just a single course module  =>  TATAA course event calendar






3 days Hands-on qPCR 2 days Hands-on qPCR 1 day Sample preparation

3 days Exp design & data analysis 2 days Exp design & data analysis 1 day Immuno-qPCR

1 day Quality control in MDx 2 days Single cell analysis
1 day Multiplex PCR

1 day MicroRNA analysis
1 day HRM



Worldwide Gene Quantification Symposia, Meetings, and Conferences in the field of
qPCR dPCR & NGS:



qPCR & dPCR Under The Microscope
Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th May 2020
​Harbourview Ballroom, Taronga Centre
Sydney, Australia





3rd International Symposium on Microgenomics
September 10-11, 2020
in Florence, Italy
various Workshops on 9th September






9th international Gene Quantification Event
Symposium  &  Industrial Exhibition  &  Application Workshops


18 - 22 March 2019
in Freising-Weihenstephan

School of Life Sciences, Technical University of Munich, Weihenstephan, Germany
www.qPCR-dPCR-NGS-2019.net

We offer 5 different workshops after the scmposium:
Workshops.qPCR-dPCR-NGS-2019.net




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Conferences  |  Training Courses  |  Virtual Events








qPCR Seminars and Education Programs:



Free of charge web seminars

Sigma-Aldrich is pleased to be able to bring you a series of webex seminars dedicated to qPCR. They will include technical presentations from international speakers discussing the latest techniques and aspects of qPCR. To register, go to QPCR Seminars
Sigma-Aldrich has the pleasure of inviting you to a seminar series devoted to the technical aspects of qPCR and RT-qPCR.

Expert speakers will cover areas such as:
  • QPCR assay design and optimisation
  • Template handling and purification
  • Focus on the optimisation of RT-qPCR
  • Various approaches to genetic analysis
  • Working with limiting samples
  • Data analysis
  • Troubleshooting
  • Assay improvement option for challenging assays
  • LNA technology and application
Seminar grading key:
  • Level 1 - terrified and beginners
  • Level 2 - something for everyone but a background knowledge is assumed
  • Level 3 - improvers, seminars focused on specific areas of interest
  • Level 4 - brave and experienced, delving into the fine detail and the more troublesome aspects of the technique
Available Seminars:

Author Seminar Title
Mudassir Mohammed, Ph.D. An Introduction to qPCR
Valerie Hawkes, Ph.D. Assay Design and Optimisation
Neven Zoric, M.Sc. Approaches to Normal qPCR — Facing the Challenge of Normalization
Tania Nolan, Ph.D. Deriving a Troubleshooting Protocol
Mikael Kubista, Prof. A Statistical Approach to qPCR Gene Expression Data Analysis
Marina Tshuikina, Ph.D. An Introduction to Epigenetics Analysis by qPCR
Valerie Hawkes, Ph.D. Improving the Discrimination and Sensitivity of qPCR Assays using LNA
Chris Bass, Ph.D. Development of DNA-based Diagnostic Assays for Sensitive Screening of Mosquito Disease Vector Populations
Michael Pfaffl, Ph.D. Influence of RNA Integrity on Real-Time RT-PCR Quantification Data
Vladimir Benes microRNA Profiling
Rebecca Hands Technical Tips on LCM Extraction for mRNA Profiling
Jens Stolte cDNA Amplification with GenomePlex® Complete Whole Genome Amplification Kit
Tanya Novak, M.Sc. The SPUD Assay Has an Important Role in the Interpretation of Detecting Pneumocystis DNA in Clinical Specimens


New seminars



This six webinar series on PCR will be based on MIQE guidelines. MIQE, Minimum Information for Publication of Quantitative-Real Time PCR, helps scientists to design and report reliable and reproducible qPCR results. They help others to understand and replicate already conducted experiments. In this webinar series we will discuss step by step critical points which need to be taken into consideration in order to acquire reliable data.

Topics will include:
  • Basic principles of  PCR, qPCR and ddPCR
  • qPCR Assay Design
  • Importance of Sample Quality in qPCR Analysis
  • Improving Assay Quality by Optimization and Validation
  • Data Analysis
  • Troubleshooting
See more at: http://www.sigmaaldrich.com/life-science/learning-center/customer-education/pcr-webinar-series.html




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