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Registration Closed

Registration for the Introduction to Rodent Surgical Principles and Techniques Wet Lab is now closed. Thank you for registering, we will see you on 4/27/2017!

Introduction to Rodent Surgical 
Principles and Techniques 

Wet Lab


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This wet lab will provide attendees an overview of the following:

  1. Aseptic Technique
  2. Instrument Handling
  3. Anesthesia Principles
  4. Suturing
  5. Dissection and Tissue Handling

Previous handling is recommended.


Attendance is limited to 5 People 

Registration Opens on 4/14/17

Cost is $50 per person.

If you have questions about attendance and membership please contact:

Attendees must wear a pair of closed toed shoes NOT worn in any other vivarium.

Please make sure payment for this wet lab has been made prior to arrival. If you have not paid you MUST bring your payment in the form of cash or check or you will not be permitted to attend.



16 Divinity Ave

Cambridge, MA


Take the Red Line to the Harvard Square stop. Walk through Harvard Yard and down Divinity Ave one block. The Biolabs Buidling is the large brick building on your right, just a six minute walk from Harvard Square.  


Driving directions to the Biolabs, 16 Divinity Ave, Cambridge, MA from Biolabs, 16 Divinity Ave 


Harvard Parking on Site for a fee, metered parking on the streets around the site and public parking in Harvard Square.

Mouse Model Generation using CRISPR/Cas Technology

April 20th, 2017

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Come join us for a fun filled night! We will start off with a networking social hour, followed by a presentation by Michael Walden on CRISPR/Cas Technologies.

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  • 3:30 – 5:00 Board Meeting – please join us!!
  • 5:00 – 6:00 Networking/Social Hour
  • 6:00-7:00 Mouse Model Generation using CRISPR/Cas Technology by Jackson Laboratories Michael Walden, Opportunity Development Manager


Becker College

Borger Academic Center

Science Lecture Hall Room 108

Leicester, MA 01524

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Save the Date!

COST: $100 per course 
(check payable to NEBAALAS or pay online)
DAY / TIME: Mondays 4:30pm – 6:30pm (Time changed) (except Tuesday 4/18, Thursday 4/27 and Tuesday 5/30).
CLASS STARTS: Monday April 3rd, 2017
Mass General Hospital
185 Cambridge Street
Room 3110
Boston, MA
DURATION: 13 Weeks
INSTRUCTOR: Angie Heiser

Please sign in with Security &

wait in lobby for escort to 3rd floor

If you have any questions or to put your name on the enrollment list, please contact:
Angie Heiser
617-643-4572 Office Phone

DAY / TIME: Tuesdays 4:00pm – 6:00pm
CLASS STARTS: Tuesday April 4th, 2017 (Start delayed one week)
Intellia Therapeutics
40 Erie Street
Room 1330, 1st Floor
Cambridge, MA
DURATION: 14 Weeks
INSTRUCTOR: Katie Allen as wellas various guest instructors

There is free parking on Waverly St. at the corner of Waverly and Erie

If you have any questions or to put your name on the enrollment list, please contact:
Katie Allen

857-706-1094 (Office)
617-510-7722 (Cell)

DAY / TIME: Wednesdays 4:00pm - 6:00pm
CLASS STARTS: Wednesday 3/22/17
WHERE: Novartis
              250 Massachusetts Ave Room 1A-160
              Cambridge, MA

              1st Floor
DURATION: 12 Weeks
INSTRUCTOR: Dotty Paquin

***2007 LATG Book version (reprinted 2012) will be used***

If you have any questions or to put your name on the enrollment list, please contact:
Dotty Paquin
Phone: +1 617 460 4276 (c)

A certificate will be given to each student at the completion of the course (minimum attendance – 10 classes to receive certificate)

It will be helpful if during this class, you have access to the following references:
     1). AALAS ALAT Training Manual
     2). AALAS ALAT Work Book
     3). Guide for the Care and Use of Lab Animals
     1). AALAS LAT Training Manual
     2). AALAS LAT Work Book
     3). Guide for the Care and Use of Lab Animals
     1). AALAS LATG Training Manual (2007 version)
     2). AALAS LATG Work Book (2007 version)
     3). Guide for the Care and Use of Lab Animals

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