Here you will find links to online seminars, journal clubs, and classes on exRNA and extracellular vesicle research.
We no longer track individual seminars here –– we could not keep up! Each series announces upcoming events on Twitter and via email subscription.
The ERCC webinar series provides researchers studying extracellular RNA and extracellular vesicles the opportunity to present their latest work to a diverse audience. Webinars occur on the first Thursday of each month (except August), usually at 10 am Pacific / 12 noon Central / 1 pm Eastern time, but see the schedule.
WebEVTalk has two meetings per week:
for Europe / Asia: Thursday at 7am GMT / 6pm Australian Eastern time (AET)
- for the United States / Asia: Monday at 6pm EDT (GMT-4)
The Johns Hopkins Extracellular Vesicle Club meets once per week to discuss a paper of interest in the EV field. Meeting time is usually 12pm EDT on Wednesday, but see the schedule. To sign up for their mailing list and receive Zoom invitations, visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/L25KDWB.
Extracellular Vesicle Flow Series
The EV Flow Cytometry working group has organized a seminar series as well as a Slack workspace where people can work online together. For more details, see the working group's website at EVflowcytometry.org.
Instructor: Cecilia Lasser
Presented by Coursera and the UC Irvine Division of Continuing Education, this course aims to provide basic knowledge about extracellular vesicles (EVs), including exosomes, microvesicles, microparticles, ectosomes, oncosomes, prostasomes, and many others. It covers areas such as EV history, nomenclature, biogenesis, and EV cargo, as well as release and uptake mechanisms, collection and processing prior to isolation, isolation methods, and characterization and quantification techniques.
Instructor: Carolina Soekmadji
Presented by Coursera and the UC Irvine Division of Continuing Education, this course aims to provide current understanding about extracellular vesicles (EVs) and their role in health and disease. EVs are known to be involved in cell-to-cell communication. Apart from maintaining normal cell physiology, EVs deliver messages that can drive or influence the progression of a disease. This course discusses recent advances in understanding their function in both these areas.