Young Scientist Day 2019 – CRISPR-Cas and Gene Therapy
You can be one of the chosen few who get to discuss your research with this year’s winner of the Scheele Award, Emmanuelle Charpentier and other scientists in the field of gene editing.
Young Scientist Day, hosted by the Swedish Pharmaceutical Society, will take place at Apotekarsocieteten on 27 November , as a satellite event to the Scheele Symposium. Take this unique opportunity to get to discuss your research in-depth with Professor Charpentier who generously shares her knowledge and experience. Admitted applicants will be able to present their scientific research and ask all the questions they want answered while networking with other scientist in the areas of CRISPR-Cas and Gene Therapy.
Programme and more information about the application and registration on the website of the Swedish Pharmaceutical Society, Apotekersocieteten:
The 2019 Scheele Symposium: CRISPR-Cas and gene therapy - 28 November 2019, Stockholm
Welcome to the Scheele Symposium in honour of the 2019 Scheele Award Laureate, Professor Emmanuelle Charpentier. The symposium focuses on various aspects of her research, including insights into the CRISPR-Cas technology, which has paved the way for development of new, effective treatments. Take this opportunity to listen to some of the world’s foremost scientists in genetic engineering.
Speaker: Charlotte Rolny Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
Title: mRNA translational control regulates Tumor-Associate Macrophage phenotypes
Room: Hörsal D, Unod T9, NUS
Host: Teresa Frisan, Molecular Biology
Caffee/tea/cookies served 30 min before start
Please contact respective host for enquiries to meet with speaker