CRISPR is a genome-editing technique that provides a simple yet versatile method for making targeted changes to the genome of living cells. Researchers have already applied CRISPR to reverse disease-causing mutations and to engineer pest-resistant crops.
In this CRISPR webinar, PreScouter will be joined by experts and researchers to review CRISPR's opportunities and challenges. We will touch upon key challenges, such as reducing off-target effects, as well as new advances set to overcome some of the current limitations, such as novel CRISPR systems. Additionally, we'll highlight potential first applications of the technology within medicine and agriculture.
This is a great opportunity to not only learn from experts about how this disruptive technology is changing gene editing but also ask your personal questions about CRISPR.
This CRISPR discussion will be moderated by Charles Wright, the Medical Project Architect at PreScouter.
John G. Doench, Ph.D., is Associate Director of the Genetic Perturbation Platform at the Broad Institute.
C. B. Gurumurthy (Guru), BVSC, MVSC, Ph.D. Exec. MBA, is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Developmental Neuroscience, Munroe Meyer Institute for Genetics and Rehabilitation, and he serves as the Director of UNMC Mouse Genome Engineering Core Facility at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Shuibing Chen is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery and Biochemistry at Weill Cornell Medical College, New York.