How genes are turned on and off in cancer cells by Bruce Baguley Event as iCalendar

28 April 2017

2pm

Venue: Lecture theatre 501-110, FMHS

Location: 85 Park Road, Grafton

Host: Auckland Cancer Society Research Centre

Contact info: Petr Tomek

Contact email: p.tomek@auckland.ac.nz

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 (p.tomek@auckland.ac.nz)