Dr Peter Campbell, Head of Cancer, Ageing and Somatic Mutation at the Sanger Institute, will give the following seminar on 19 August. Peter will discuss somatic mutations, and how researchers are characterising the landscape of mutations in cells to provide insights into normal tissue development and maintenance, cancer evolution, diseases other than cancer, and ageing.
Sanger Virtual Seminar Series Somatic mutations found in normal tissues
The Wellcome Sanger Institute is pleased to launch a new series of virtual seminars, showcasing the diversity of genomic research at the Institute aimed at tackling some of the biggest challenges in human health and disease. From mapping all cell types in the human body, to understanding the evolution of cancer and life on Earth, senior scientists and faculty at the Sanger Institute will present the latest developments in their field
The virtual seminar series will take place monthly and is freely available and open to all who wish to attend. Further details and joining instructions are available here: https://stream.venue-av.com/e/sanger_seminars/login Password (case sensitive): Sanger2020.
To join the seminar please use this link and password:
Password (case sensitive): Sanger2020
The current COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in researchers travelling less and attending fewer scientific meetings. However, Sanger scientists remain eager to communicate their science and there is an appetite from the scientific community to hear Sanger’s latest research developments. The virtual seminar series will reach an even more diverse audience, including researchers from countries where travel to scientific meetings can be more difficult.
The Wellcome Sanger Institute is one of the premier centres of genomic discovery and understanding in the world. It leads ambitious collaborations across the globe to provide the foundations for further research and transformative healthcare innovations.