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Stem cells: big data and personalised medicine

Thursday 10 March: 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Murray Edwards College, Buckingham House Lecture Theatre, Buckingham Road (off Huntingdon Road), CB3 0DF

A panel of biomedical research experts will respond to public questions about the complexities of personalised medicine and stem cell research. How are we currently using big data? How can stem cells contribute to diagnostics and drug development?

We would like to invite you to take part in an open discussion about the potential of stem cell research. During the evening, you will hear a range of opinions and expertise from active researchers, who will introduce you to the latest scientific developments in the field. You will be invited to question our panel and to contribute to the discussion. No prior knowledge is expected and all opinions are welcome.

This event is co-hosted by: Wellcome Trust – Medical Research Council Cambridge Stem Cell Institute; Wellcome Genome Campus; Wellcome Trust / Cancer Research UK Gurdon Institute; and The Babraham Institute.

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A second event on the topic of genome editing will be held on Thursday 17 March at 6.30pm, please see the programme for details or book here:

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Partial access - please call for details
Phone: 01223 766766

Additional Information

Age: Adults, Talk, Arrive on time, Free