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Chromatin Immunoprecipitation (ChIP) Workshop - Led by Dr Toryn Poolman from University College London
Chromatin immuno-preciptation (ChIP) is a popular and powerful technique for determining DNA - protein interactions. However, ChIP for a beginner can be quite daunting as it is a long and complicated technique with many options and decisions, which is easy to start but difficult to finish! In this talk we will look at the 3 stages of ChIP, with practical tips on each stage and strategies that increase the chance that you will be able to understand your ChIP results, making ChIP as easy as 1, 2, 3!
- Interactive Q+A with Dr Poolman at the end
- Personalised certificate attendance
- 60 mins of credits towards extracurricular PhD requirements

Jan 27, 2022 03:00 PM in London

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Dr Toryn Poolman
Teaching Fellow in Molecular Biosciences @University College London
Dr Poolman completed his PhD in Biochemistry at the University of Leicester. He then worked for 11 years in the lab of Dr David Ray at the University of Manchester and the University of Oxford, where his research investigated the role of nuclear hormone receptors and their interactions within the circadian system. Throughout this time, Toryn undertook many ChIP experiments, learning along the way the common areas where things go wrong, how to optimise the workflow, and how best to analyse the results in a meaningful way. Toryn is now a teaching fellow in molecular biosciences at University College London.