Join this “Talks at the Square” event to enjoy fundamental insights into the mechanisms of DNA repair and telomere maintenance and how defects in these processes can be exploited for the treatment of cancer.
Learn from the personal experience of Simon Boulton. He is a Principal group leader and Assistant Research Director for Translation at the Francis Crick Institute in the UK and co-founder of the Cambridge-based company Artios Pharma. During his talk, Simon will share his translational journey from fundamental discovery to developing first-in-class inhibitors for cancer treatment.
A “Talks at the Square” event hosted by Copenhagen Science City-located incubators BioInnovation Institute. This talk by Simon Boulton will focus on targeting genetic vulnerabilities in cancers dependent on alternative lengthening of telomeres. The event is free of charge. Learn more and sign up on BioInnovaiton Institutes Eventbrite profile…
Tuesday, 14th. November 15:30 – 17:30 CET
BioInnovation Institute, Ole Maaløes Vej 3, Ground floor, Canteen 2200 København
Life science entrepreneurs and researchers who wish to be inspired to bring science out of the lab and into the economy.