How do scientists study human genetic diseases?
If you’re interested in science and investigation, the Biotechnology Explorer Program at Carnegie Mellon Qatar is your opportunity to explore the study of human genetic diseases. You will carry out microscopy, staining, data collection and bioinformatics to diagnose genetic links to human diseases.
- Diagnose disease from clinical case studies
- Observe and diagnose the model organism, elegans
- Identify homologous genes linked to diseases in humans
Along the way, you’ll learn more about the Biological Sciences Program at CMU-Q and meet some of our students.
Get your lab coat on!
- Saturday, January 12
- Free event
- All attendees receive a Certificate of Participation
The registration deadline has passed. Stay tuned for upcoming workshops!