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BIOS 262: Learning to Fly: Drosophila Research Methods

This week-long course will be an overview of the fly as a model system, and the tools available to fly researchers. It will cover topics like history, anatomy, development, online databases, genetic toolkits, genome editing techniques, and stem cell, immunology, and neural research methods. Lectures will be given by experts in the field, who will also be encouraged to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the fly, as well as how this model system differs from vertebrate systems. We will also provide an optional 2-hour lab that will expose students who have little fly experience to basic fly techniques.
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