With the support of Promega Corporation, the BTC Institute is pleased to offer the following courses for college and university students, graduate students, postdoctoral candidates, staff and faculty, as well as for scientific personnel employed in industry. (Please refer to the associated course description for a more detailed explanation regarding the intended audience for a particular course.)
Courses are arranged in chronological order. Those designated Introductory are intended for undergraduates and others seeking information at a basic level; Intermediate / Advanced are intended for graduate students, post-doctoral researchers, academic faculty and staff, and scientists and technicians working in the private sector; they are offered in partnership with the Neuroscience Training Program and McArdle Laboratory (Department of Oncology) at UW-Madison.
Read on about Dick Burgess, the James D. Watson Professor Emeritus of Oncology at UW-Madison’s School of Medicine and Public Health, who has served as the faculty sponsor for our Oncology 675 graduate course offerings: 25 Years and Counting! How Our Graduate Courses Have Flourished: A Tribute to Dick Burgess (2021)
The BTC Institute is also proud to serve as a partner for two additional UW-Madison programs:
- The Master of Science in Biotechnology, annually delivering three lab-based courses: Molecular Technologies I, II and III for this program since its launch in 2002.
- The Center for Educational Opportunity (CeO), designing and implementing a new 4-day course, Introduction to the Laboratory, for CeO students in 2018, held annually during Spring Break.