This workshop is aimed at giving participants a detailed understanding of real-time quantitative PCR:
qPCR primer design and experimental considerations
Considerations in conducting standard curve and gene expression experiment
Hands-on analysis of qPCR data
Different applications of qPCR
Who should attend?
This workshop is open to local & international participants, from beginner to advanced researchers in the field.
Associate Professor Dr. Goh Hoe Han is a plant molecular biologist who obtained his PhD from the University of Sheffield, United Kingdom in 2011 before starting his first acedemic position at the Institute of Systems Biology, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Upon joining INBIOSIS, he pioneered the Plant Functional Genomics Research Group focusing on the molecular exploration of tropical plants and crop improvement using functional genomics approaches. Some of the tropical plant species include kesum, ketum, Rafflesia, and Nepenthes pitcher plants, as well as important crops, such as mangosteen, papaya, rice, tomato, and oil palm. Fundamental understandings on the molecular aspects of these plants are crucial for their bioprospecting, industrial application, and crop improvement.
Dr Goh is keen on industrial collaboration in precision biotechnology for tropical plant improvement and also the commercialisation of novel recombinant plant enzymes. If you are interested to collaborate or be part of the plant functional genomics group, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
27th June 2023 (Tuesday)
|9.00 am||LECTURE 1: Gene Expression Analysis by Quantitative PCR – The Best Practices||Mr. Ong Wei Ching (Vazyme)||Seminar Hall|
|10.00 am||Hands-on session:
|12.30 pm||Lunch break / qPCR run|
|2.00 pm||Hands-on session:
||Mr. Ong Wei Ching (Vazyme)
AP. Dr. Goh Hoe Han (INBIOSIS)
|5.00 pm||End of workshop|