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Cambridge Community Forum on CRISPR

Using Genome-Editing to Reduce Drug Development Timelines, Improve Clinical Outcomes and Optimize Manufacturing Processes

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Who should attend?

You will benefit from attending this event if you are a professional within the life sciences industry and have responsibilities or involvement in the following areas: Genomics, Bioengineering, Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Translational Medicine, Drug Discovery, Precision Medicine, Protein Synthesis, Bioprocessing, and Disease Modeling. This conference will also benefit consultants, solution providers and academic institutions.


CRISPR, along with other genome-editing applications, is emerging as a key tool for drug discovery, ranging from target identification and validation to preclinical testing. Join us at the Cambridge, MA Community Forum on CRISPR, an ideal platform to explore the opportunities and challenges of this technology and discuss the future potential of CRISPR.

This local forum is a one-day, deep dive into the intricacies surrounding genome-editing, particularly CRISPR/Cas9, and is an intimate gathering for bio/pharma and academia alike to discuss critical advancements and exchange solutions necessary to bring this novel technology beyond the lab.

Plus, save $300 off* the standard rate when you mention the promo code SSD300.


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Ph: 800.817.8601





*Discount offer valid through 12/13/17; applies to standard rates only and may not be combined with other offers, category rates, promotions or applied to existing registration.


Save $300 off* the standard rate when you mention the promo code SSD300


Matt Hannon

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