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Gene therapy for inherited diseases

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The Departments of Paediatrics and Medicine are jointly hosting a special lecture, presented by Dr James M. Wilson from University of Pennsylvania. It will take place on Tuesday 4th February at 11.30am in Lecture Theatre 2 at the Clinical School and the talk is titled “Gene therapy for inherited diseases”. All are welcome to attend this talk.

James M. Wilson, MD, PhD

Rose H. Weiss Professor and Director, Orphan Disease Center

Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics

Director, Gene Therapy Program

Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

Advisor and Co-Founder of Scout Bio and Passage Bio

Co-Founder of Surmount Bio

James M. Wilson, MD, PhD, is a Professor in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania where he has led an effort to develop the field of gene therapy. His research career spanning over 40 years has focused on rare diseases and ways to treat them by gene therapy. The Wilson lab identified a new type of vector based on novel isolates of adeno-associated viruses which have become best in class for gene therapy being used by over 29 companies. More recently Dr. Wilson’s laboratory has focused on improved vectors for gene therapy and clinical applications of genome editing and mRNA therapy.

This talk is part of the Department of Paediatrics lectures series.

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