Join OIRM in partnership with the Structural Genomics Consortium (SGC) to learn more about how epigenetic probes are being used to better understand disease and stem cell biology.
December 6th from 3:00-4:00 pm in the Red Room, Toronto or via live webcast, this seminar will have 3 speakers talking about different applications for this technology.
This seminar will include three talks;
Dr. Dalia Barsyte, Principle Investigator; Structural Genomics Consortium and the University of Toronto- Epigenetic chemical probes for stem cell biology discovery.
Tiago Medina, Post-Doctoral Fellow; UHN-Epigenetic probes in regulation of T helper cell differentiation: potential applications in immune-mediated diseases
Evelyne Lima-Fernandes, Post-doctoral Fellow; University of Toronto - Towards epigenetic therapy for colorectal cancer.
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