Advanced Real‑Time PCR Courses

Become a qPCR expert

Mastering MIQE: How to Publish
High‑Quality qPCR Data

Featuring an Expert Panel
Sept 26
Tue 9:00 AM PDT
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Are you curious about the Minimum Information for Publication of Qualitative Real-Time PCR Experiments (MIQE) Guidelines and how to use them to publish high-quality data? If your answer is yes, then we invite you to participate in our interactive webinar featuring Jonathan Rangel and Sierra Fox. By presenting typical scenarios and real-life publications, they will illustrate how you can effectively implement the guidelines to publish accurate and reproducible qPCR data. We invite you to follow along using a MIQE checklist created for this training.

Join us to learn how to:

  • Identify key requirements of a qPCR experiment
  • Implement these guidelines
  • Use a MIQE checklist and where to find additional resources
Certificate and checklist

Get a certificate and MIQE Guidelines checklist
A certificate of completion will be awarded to those who attend the course. Plus, obtain your own MIQE checklist by downloading it below, as it will play an integral role in this instructional event. The speakers will cover each step within this checklist, providing participants with the opportunity to actively participate by applying it to their own data.

Download checklist now 
Sierra Fox, PhD

Sierra Fox, PhD,
Field Application Scientist, Bio‑Rad Laboratories, Inc.

Sierra Fox is one of Bio‑Rad’s genomic Field Application Scientists supporting biopharma customers working with qPCR and Droplet Digital PCR™ (ddPCR™) technology in the Mid-Atlantic region. She has been working in the field of transcription for over 10 years with a focus on epigenetics. Sierra received her PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, specializing in enhancer biology.​

Jonathan Rangel, PhD

Jonathan Rangel, PhD,
Field Application Scientist, Bio‑Rad Laboratories, Inc.

Jonathan Rangel is a highly skilled molecular biologist with a PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Houston. With over 7 years of experience, he specialized in studying bacterial stress response systems using molecular biology, protein characterization, and microbiology techniques. As a Bio‑Rad genomics Field Application Scientist, Jonathan supports researchers in developing and testing novel qPCR and ddPCR assays, leveraging his expertise to optimize experimental workflows and achieve accurate results.