ONLINE SYMPOSIUM

Applications of Gene Editing 2023

EXPLORING THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN GENE EDITING TECHNOLOGY
February 22–23, 2023 l 8AM PST l 11AM EST l 4PM GMT
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This online symposium will explore the most exciting ways that gene editing technologies are being deployed to address real-world challenges.

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Online Symposium Summary

Modern gene editing technologies continue to transform biological research and push the boundaries of what is possible in and out of the lab. This free-to-attend event will provide industry and academic researchers with a platform to discuss some of the most exciting ways gene editing technologies are being deployed to address real-world challenges in areas spanning human health, agriculture, and climate change.

This online symposium will cover:
  • CRISPR-Cas9 editing
  • Single-cell RNA sequencing
  • Genome editing and haploid induction of crop breeding
  • Clinical development of gene editing for solid tumors
  • Regenerative medicine
  • Human-animal genomic bonds

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 Keynote Speaker:

Thomas Lozito, PhD
Thomas Lozito, PhD
Assistant Professor
University of Southern California

 Speakers:

Tim Kelliher, PhD
Tim Kelliher, PhD
Technology Development Head and Science Fellow
Syngenta Seeds
Jack Taylor, PhD
Jack Taylor, PhD
Post Doctoral Research Fellow
Georgia State University
Eric Kmiec, PhD
Eric Kmiec, PhD
Executive Director and CEO
Gene Editing Institute, ChristianaCare and CorriXR
Emma Kovak, PhD
Emma Kovak, PhD
Senior Food and Agriculture Analyst
The Breakthrough Institute
Hugo Gagnon, PhD
Hugo Gagnon, PhD
Chief Scientific Officer
Allumiqs
Jon Oatley, PhD
Jon Oatley, PhD
Director of the Functional Genomics Initiative
Washington State University
Tobias Deuse, PhD
Tobias Deuse, PhD
Professor of Surgery
University of California San Francisco
Kyler Roy
Kyler Roy
PhD Candidate
Imperial College London