Genome Integrity and Cancer Therapy Symposium
Please join us for this DF/HCC virtual symposium on November 6th from 8:50am to 6pm EST.
Anyone is welcome to attend, and we are now accepting posters abstracts from anyone working in genome maintenance (as opposed to the previous Boston-only requirement).
To attend or submit an abstract for a poster (abstract deadline November 3), please register below.
We look forward to seeing you at the symposium,
Lee and Johannes
If you have registered for the symposium, you will have received a calendar invite from Richard_Oakley@dfci.harvard.edu. If you have not yet registered, please fill out the form below which will trigger an email to you with the zoom information.
Keynote by Lori Passmore (MRC, UK)
Molecular insights into DNA crosslink repair
Keynote by Gad Getz (MGH/Broad)
Studying Mutational Signatures in Cancer
Catherine Freudenreich (Tufts)
RNA metabolism pathways act cooperatively to prevent repeat instability and chromosome breaks
Li Lan (MGH)
cGAS Suppresses Genomic Instability as a Decelerator of Replication Forks
Joe Loparo (HMS)
How non-homologous end joining minimizes mistakes during double strand break repair
David Livingston (DFCI)
Unexpected features of BRCA1 gene function
Sharon Cantor (UMass)
Dissecting BRCA Function Therapy Response
Ralph Scully (BIDMC)
Genetic interactions between BRCA1 and FANCM at stalled replication forks
Dipanjan Choudhury (DFCI)
Dissecting the interplay of 53BP1 interacting effectors at a DNA double strand break
Emily Balskus (Harvard University)
Deciphering cancer-associated gut microbial genotoxins
Alan D’Andrea (DFCI)
CHK1 Phosphorylates FAM122A/PABIR1 and Reduces Replication Stress