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AAAS - Exploring the Cancer Genome

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Join us as we continue our AAAS members and friends event series.

Our next event will take place on the evening of Wednesday 20 April, with a lecture from Professor Mike Stratton (Sanger Institute), titled ‘Exploring the Cancer Genome.’ A reception with drinks and canapes will follow.

Following the 25 March special Science issue on cancer, Professor Stratton will discuss next generation sequencing technologies, which are set to reveal the full repertoire of mutated genes that drive the spectrum of human cancers. Professor Stratton will shed light on the processes that, for the most part remain uncharacterized, cause the mutations in the first place-providing a glimpse of the studies that will transform our perspective on human cancer and will shape future therapeutic and preventive strategies.

AAAS /Science members and friends event – Exploring the Cancer Genome. Wednesday 20 April 6.30pm to 8.30pm Clare College, Riley Auditorium, Cambridge, UK

You are invited to attend this event free of charge, registration is on a first come first served basis, therefore please register at your earliest convenience.


Pre-registration is needed, as space is limited.

This talk is part of the AAAS members and friends event series.

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