MD Anderson Events
Pancreas Cancer Seminar Series
You are cordially invited to attend The Pancreas Cancer Seminar Series presentation by Dr. Gang Bao Ph.D. Professor in Bioengineering, Nanomedicine Center for Nucleoprotein Machines, Rice University - titled "Molecular Engineering for Genome Editing and Nanomedicine".
The Pancreas Cancer Seminar Series meeting (PCSS) is a bi-weekly series where a multi-disciplinary group meets to exchange ideas and research about pancreatic cancer. Invited speakers come both from within the core group of pancreatic cancer researchers, as well as those that might contribute meaningfully to the ongoing team science efforts in pancreatic cancer on campus.
Date: 3/24/17, 10am to 11am
Time: 3/24/17, 10am to 11am
Location: Pickens Tower FCT3.5001
Facilitator: Anirban Maitra, MBBS
Speaker: Gang Bao
Speaker Bio: Gang Bao is a pioneer in nanomedicine, molecular imaging, and the emerging area of genome editing. The nanoscale structures and devices engineered in his lab have broad-based applications in basic biological research toward the understanding of underlying causes of disease, as well as in the translation of nano-scale tools for disease diagnostics and treatment, such as targeted drug/gene and cell-based therapies.
Sponsor: Gastrointestinal Medical Oncology / Sheikh Ahmed Center for Pancreatic Research
Contact: Matonia Figgers - (713) 792-5032 - firstname.lastname@example.org
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