How genes are turned on and off in cancer cells by Bruce Baguley Event as iCalendar
28 April 2017
Venue: Lecture theatre 501-110, FMHS
Location: 85 Park Road, Grafton
Host: Auckland Cancer Society Research Centre
Contact info: Petr Tomek
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Auckland Cancer Society Research Centre Seminar series
Stay informed with this informative seminar titled "How genes are turned on and off in cancer cells” by Bruce Baguley.
Bruce Baguley is a Distinguished Professor, PhD, FRSNZ, ONZM and Head of Cancer Biology Group, ACSRC.
Abstract: A complex but wonderful picture of gene regulation is emerging from recent studies. This seminar, designed for a general science audience and open to everyone, starts with a simplified overview of gene regulation. This is followed by discussion of two examples, the first about a gene targeted in the treatment of brain cancer, and the second about drugs targeting a gene that is often mutated in cancer.
OPEN SESSION – All welcome
For further information, please contact Petr Tomek (email@example.com)