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Translating molecules to treatments, part 2

Drug Development and Diagnostics mini-symposium Translating molecules to treatments will be arranged Tuesday, January 15, and Monday, January 21 in auditorium PresidenttiBioCity, Tykistönkatu 6, Turku. Register by Friday, January 11, 2019 on https://survey.abo.fi/lomakkeet/10837/lomake.html


Tuesday, Jan. 15

13.00 Opening words

13.10 M. Bishr Omary: Molecular Pathogenesis of Porphyria, and Therapeutic Approaches Using Zebrafish Models

14:00 Caroline Heckman: Personalizing Patient Care to Overcome Drug Resistance in Hematological Malignancies

14.50 Coffee break   

15.10 “The ABCs of a postdoc in the US” discussion with M. Bishr Omary


Monday, Jan. 21

9.00 Opening words 

9.10 Thomas Kirkegaard Jensen: Orphazyme – From Biology to Bedside

10.00 Coffee break

10.20 Rajwinder Lehal: From Cell to Cellestia – Transition of a PhD Project Into a Drug Development Company

11.10 Mads Daugaard: Leveraging Placental Malaria Tropism for Cancer Therapeutic and Diagnostic Applications

12.30 Round table discussions including lunch for students and postdocs in groups of 10 students/postdocs per speaker. The 30 first to register will be admitted.


Full programme: https://www.abo.fi/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/DDD-minisymposium1-2.pdf


Event organizer

Cell Biology at Åbo Akademi University, Turku Doctoral Network in Molecular Biosciences (MolBio), Drug Development and Diagnostics - Åbo Akademi University Strategic Research Profiling

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