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CRISPR Demystified: a technology symposium

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December 5, 2017 - 2:00pm

Life Sciences Centre

2350 Health Sciences Mall

Room: 
3

Speaker

Dr. Pamela Hoodless; Distiinguished Scientists, Terry Fox Laboratory, UBC
Dr. Elizabeth Simpson; Senior Scientist, Centre for Molecular Medicine in Therapeutics, UBC

Speaker 2

Dr. Don Moerman Professor; Department of Zoology, UBC
Dr. Bob Hancock; Professor, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, UBC

Speaker 3

Paloma Stanar; M.Sc. Candidate, Moritz Lab, Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences, UBC
Margaret Huang; Ph.D. Candidate, UBC Brunham Lab, Centre for Heart and Lung Innovation, St. Paul's Hospital
Sponsorship generously provided by: Integrated DNA Technologies Inc, Applied Biological Materials Inc, UBC Life Sciences Centre

Interested in learning more about CRISPR -- including how you could potentially incorporate it into your own research project -- but don't know where to start? You are invited to the CRISPR: Demystified symposium, to be held in the Life Sciences Centre LSC3 on Tuesday, December 5th, 2-5 pm.

Come and hear from your colleagues currently using the technology about what they're doing, and how they're doing it! As well, our sponsors IDT and abm will describe some of the tools they offer to help you achieve success with all of your CRISPR experiments.

Registration required. Please go to www.blogs.ubc.ca/crispr2017 to register and to find more information. Refreshments, dinner, and drinks will be provided.

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