Cold Spring Harbor Selects John Dueber to Teach Cutting-Edge MoClo Strategy

The 2015 Cold Spring Harbor Summer Course in Synthetic Biology has just announced UC Berkeley’s John Dueber as one of their upcoming instructors.Professor Dueber will be teaching a cutting-edge modular cloning (MoClo) Golden Gate strategy for rapidly synthesizing multi-gene devices. The focus will be on assembling devices for expression in E. coli and Saccharomyces cerevisiae, but a similar approach could be used for expression in other host organisms of interest. The meeting will be held from July 27 – August 10. 


Instructors for 2015:

John Dueber, University of California, Berkeley
Mary Dunlop, University of Vermont
Karmella Haynes, Arizona State University
Julius Lucks, Cornell University
Pamela Peralta-Yahya, Georgia Institute of Technology
Stanley Qi, Stanford University

Invited Speakers
These current leaders in synthetic biology will present seminars on their research, industrial developments, and other recent changes in the field.

Elisa Franco, University of California, Riverside
Emma Frow, Arizona State University
Mo Khalil, Boston University
Nathan Hillson, Joint BioEnergy Institute
Thomas Knight, Ginkgo BioWorks
Vincent Noireaux, University of Minnesota
Pamela Silver, Harvard Medical School
Danielle Tullman-Erceck, University of California, Berkeley