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Bio-Trac is an extensive series of post-graduate level "Hands On" biotechnology training courses given by the Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences (FAES) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD.
- Team Taught By Active Researchers
- Lecture and Hands On Laboratory Training
- Serving the Scientific Community for over 25 years
- 15,000+ Scientists Trained
- Custom Designed Training Programs
Bio-Trac, Biotechnology Training Courses are offered by the FAES under contract with R/M Nardone Associates, Inc. at the National Institutes of Health. Students may register for either a 3 day ($750 - 21 contact hours) , 4 day ($795 - 28 contact hours) or 5 day ($850 - 35 contact hours) lecture and "hands-on" laboratory training course. With all Bio-Tracs, each participant will recieve a binder that will contain all the presentations (printed in color), protocols, and reference materials that are needed. No additional books are required.
Although no grades are given for Bio-Trac Courses, each participant will receive academic credit. Upon completion of a 5-day program, two academic credits are earned or one academic credit for the completion of a 4 or 3-day workshop. Upon completion of each Bio-TRAC program, a certificate from FAES is issued.
Mail registration is accepted on a first come, first-served basis. The deadline for mail registration (TRAC courses only) is one week before the first day of each TRAC. Each completed registration will be confirmed by mail. If you are unable to register before the mail-in deadline, please call 301-496-2316 for space availability and walk-in registration procedures.
Junior Scientist Training Program
Now Accepting 2013 Applications
WHAT'S NEW FOR 2013:
Super Resolution Microscopy
November 6-8, 2013
iPSC II: Human Induced Pluripotent
Stem Cells (hiPSC);
Differentiation to Neural Lineages
October 28 - November 1, 2013
Bioinformatic Analysis of
Next Generation Sequencing Data
July 9-12, 2013
Genome Analysis and Mutation Detection
April 8-12, 2013
Using TALENS for Gene Engineering
July 29-31, 2013
Making iPSC From Blood
August 12 - 16, 2013