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Maximizing Biorepositories for Research & Drug Discovery

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Genuity Science is bringing together a distinguished panel of experts from academia, research and industry to discuss opportunities and challenges .. Read more facing biorepositories and biobanks around the world seeking to maximize their resources for research and drug discovery. This webinar will explore the enormous innovative potential for biobanks and biorepositories to support translational research using a variety of bio-sample types (tissue samples, tumor cells, DNA, RNA, blood samples) collected from population-based and/or disease-specific groups of individuals. Stephen Sawcer is Professor of Neurological Genetics at the University of Cambridge and an Honorary Consultant Neurologist at Addenbrooke’s Hospital. His PhD was undertaken at the University of Cambridge and was supervised by Professor Alastair Compston and Professor Peter Goodfellow. Professor Sawcer has worked on the genetics of multiple sclerosis for more than 20 years with a main focus on genomewide approaches. Professor Maeve Lowery is Professor of Translational Cancer Medicine at Trinity College Dublin and Consultant Medical Oncologist at St. James Hospital. Professor Lowery is chairperson of the Cancer Molecular Diagnostics Advisory Group of the National Cancer Control Program (NCCP).

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