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Welcome to the Community College Program DayBIO 2011Washington D.C.<br />
PREPARING STUDENTS FOR NEW OPPORTUNITIES IN STEM CELL TECHNOLOGIES<br />Tori Barron<br />Lisa Seidman<br />Madison Area Te...
OVERVIEW<br />Rationale; why this program?<br />Programmatic issues<br />Curriculum<br />
RATIONALE<br />Meeting needs of students<br />Meeting needs of local employers<br />
PROGAMMATIC<br />Resources<br />Expertise<br />Equipment<br />Space<br />Students<br />Curriculum and instructional materi...
Human Embryonic Stem Cell Culture MethodsCurriculum Development<br /><ul><li>hESCeducational curriculum (4 credit course)
M,W,TR (6:30-9:15pm)
Needs of local industry and research communities
Strong aseptic technique
Stem cell culture experience
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  • Challenging laboratory math, Separate aliquots for each studentStudents learn two culture systems most common in industry and researchSequencing of preparation and timing are keyPassaging and maintenance of hESCsUnderstanding when to split cells and at what densityPhotographic microscopy to assess confluency, morphology and differentiationPicking hood to remove differentiationFreezing and Thawing of hESCsLive cells to start, then freezing prior to holidayStudents thaw own frozen cultures post-breakUnderstanding when to split cells and at what densityPhotographic microscopy to assess confluency, morphology and differentiationPicking hood to remove differentiationUnderstanding when to split cells and at what densityPhotographic microscopy to assess confluency, morphology and differentiationPicking hood to remove differentiation
  • , metaphase harvestDAPI Chromosomes, fluorescent microscopyScientific communication skills and reinforcement of course material through project
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    1. 1. Welcome to the Community College Program DayBIO 2011Washington D.C.<br />
    2. 2. PREPARING STUDENTS FOR NEW OPPORTUNITIES IN STEM CELL TECHNOLOGIES<br />Tori Barron<br />Lisa Seidman<br />Madison Area Technical College<br />Community College Program at BIO 2011<br />
    3. 3. OVERVIEW<br />Rationale; why this program?<br />Programmatic issues<br />Curriculum<br />
    4. 4. RATIONALE<br />Meeting needs of students<br />Meeting needs of local employers<br />
    5. 5. PROGAMMATIC<br />Resources<br />Expertise<br />Equipment<br />Space<br />Students<br />Curriculum and instructional materials<br />Institutional support, grant support, community support<br />
    6. 6. Human Embryonic Stem Cell Culture MethodsCurriculum Development<br /><ul><li>hESCeducational curriculum (4 credit course)
    7. 7. M,W,TR (6:30-9:15pm)
    8. 8. Needs of local industry and research communities
    9. 9. Strong aseptic technique
    10. 10. Stem cell culture experience
    11. 11. Understanding of stem cell morphology, culture systems, and characterization techniques</li></li></ul><li>Curriculum DevelopmentCore Stem Cell Culture Skills<br />
    12. 12. Curriculum DevelopmentQuality and Business<br />Justin Koshalek – Fall 2010<br />
    13. 13. Dale Lange – Fall 2010<br />Curriculum DevelopmentClassroom Education<br /><ul><li>Reading and Lecture topics
    14. 14. Core
    15. 15. Intro to hEScells
    16. 16. Culture systems
    17. 17. hES cell signaling pathways
    18. 18. Supplemental
    19. 19. Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS)/reprogramming
    20. 20. Regenerative medicine</li></li></ul><li>Future CurriculumDirected Differentiation and Advanced Topics<br /><ul><li>Differentiation of hESCs
    21. 21. Neurons
    22. 22. Cardiomyocytes
    23. 23. qPCR
    24. 24. Advanced Topics
    25. 25. Bioethics
    26. 26. Legislation
    27. 27. Cancer stem cells
    28. 28. Epigenetics</li></ul>Zhang et al, 2001<br />
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