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Over the past ten years, the International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium has generated more than 9000 engineered mouse lines and performed high-throughput phenotyping for over 8000 unique genes. The IMPC resource now covers more than half of the orthologous genes shared between humans and mice.

Please join us for this 10th Anniversary Workshop to celebrate the technological advances that have enabled the generation of this large-scale genetic resource and showcase how it has been applied to discover novel biology. In the second half of the program, we will learn about how animal models can used to better understand Rare Diseases and provide a platform for testing new therapeutic strategies. These complementary sessions will be of interest to researchers wanting to learn more about the IMPC resource and how genetic engineering can be applied to model human disease.