University of California - Davis: Vienna & Cambridge - Genetics — From Mendel to Genomes

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Study genetic principles and analysis where Mendel did his groundbreaking work and where Watson and Crick discovered DNA’s structure. This program begins in Vienna, Austria, our home for the first two weeks of the program. We will make two day-lon... read more

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Study genetic principles and analysis where Mendel did his groundbreaking work and where Watson and Crick discovered DNA’s structure. This program begins in Vienna, Austria, our home for the first two weeks of the program. We will make two day-long excursions into the neighboring Czech Republic, one to the Mendel Museum and the St. Thomas monastery in Brno and the other to the Centre for Plant Structural and Functional Genomics in Olomouc. In Vienna, classes will be conducted at facilities of the University of Vienna and while in Vienna we will hear from researchers at the Gregor Mendel Institute about their world-class work. At the University of Cambridge, England we will live and study at Clare College where James Watson lived during his time at Cambridge. Cambridge excursions and research presentations will take place at the Sanger Institute, the Sainsbury Institute, and the Laboratory of Molecular Biology.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Summer
  • Short Term
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology
  • Genetics
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