NOTE: Tickets are sold out, but you are welcome to come to the overflow room in 106 Stanley Hall, where we will stream the speakers’ audio and slides. Space in the overflow room is first come, first served; no sign-ups necessary. We will not record or webcast this event.
The 5th annual Re-writing Genomes Symposium will be held on August 18th in 105 Stanley Hall (UC Berkeley), co-hosted by the IGI and QB3-Berkeley. Please visit the event website for up-to-date information on the program.
Leading experts in genomics and molecular biology will explore how genome editing technologies are transforming basic research and biomedical engineering. The event is free and open to the public, but space is limited.
Anne Brunet, Stanford University
Jacob Corn (IGI), UC Berkeley
Andrea Crisanti, Imperial College London
Jennifer Doudna (IGI), UC Berkeley
David Fidock, Columbia University Medical Center
Dirk Hockemeyer, UC Berkeley
Julia Joung, MIT
Joshua Modell, Rockefeller University
Tom Norman, UCSF
Eric Olson, UT Southwestern Medical Center
Eric Pierce, Harvard Medical School
Leslie Vosshall, Rockefeller University
Mark Walters, UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital and Research Center, Oakland
Blake Wiedenheft, Montana State University
We strive to make our events accessible and inclusive. The Innovative Genomics Institute Building is ADA accessible, and has a lactation room that visitors can use. For disability accommodation information and requests and/or access to the lactation room, please contact Kristy Nordahl at email@example.com or 510-664-7110.