Gene and Gene-Editing Therapy: A new challenge and opportunity in Clinical Medicine

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Gene and Gene-Editing Therapy: A new challenge and opportunity in Clinical Medicine

Thursday 28 June 2018, 2.30pm-7pm, at the Francis Crick Institute, London

The Francis Crick Institute’s new ‘Medicine at the Crick’ event series aims to showcase major advances in biomedical science and raise awareness of the medical implications of major scientific advances amongst the Crick and wider UK biomedical community.

The format is a series of short talks, followed by a keynote lecture and a panel discussion. The theme of gene therapy and gene editing will launch the series. The event will be led by Professor Robin Lovell-Badge from the Crick and the keynote lecture will be given by Professor Matthew Porteus from Stanford University. Other speakers and panellists include Dr Claire Booth (UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health), Professor Sarah Tabrizi (UCL Institute of Neurology), Dr Sarah Chan (University of Edinburgh) and Nick Meade (Genetic Alliance UK).

For full information on the programme, and to order free tickets for the event, please visit their webpages or contact them on medicine-at-crick@crick.ac.uk.

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