Genome Editing: Sequencing and Innovation

Originally aired: December 4, 2019

Genome editing technologies are moving at a breakneck pace, and as we accelerate toward clinical and biotechnological use of these tools in far-reaching areas of biology, it’s critical to accurately sequence and analyze editing outcomes and to create new tools that enable more efficient, precise, and reliable editing. This Cell Press Webinar features academic and industry scientists with fresh and innovative ideas in CRISPR technology development; from new CRISPR effectors with unique features, to state-of-the-art off-target analysis, to how new genome editing tools are unlocking new biology. Join us for exciting discussions with Yan Zhang from University of Michigan, Peter Cameron from Caribou Biosciences, and Alexis Komor from University of California, San Diego.

Yan Zhang
Assistant Professor
Department of Biological Chemistry
University of Michigan
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Peter Cameron
Senior Research Scientist
Head, Technology Development Group
Caribou Biosciences
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Alexis Komor
Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of California, San Diego
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April Pawluk
Scientific Editor, Cell

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