Webinar: Multiple Somatic Mutations Synergize to Drive Cerebral Cavernous Malformations

 

In this webinar, Daniel Snellings from the Duke University Medical Centre shares the role of somatic mutations in the pathogenesis of vascular malformations with specific focus on Cerebral Cavernous Malformations, Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia, and Sturge-Weber Syndrome. The goal of his work is to identify novel somatic mutations, understand the genetic mechanisms by which these mutations arise, and evaluate how these mutations interact with existing genetic variation to drive malformations. 

Date:

28 July 2021, Wednesday

Time:
09:00 am – 10:00 am (Hong Kong)

Daniel Snellings, PhD
Research Fellow, Duke University Medical Center, USA

Daniel Snellings is a PhD candidate and Ruth L. Kirschstein Fellow in the Marchuk lab at Duke University Medical Center.

Julia Gouffon, PhD
Technical Application Liaison, Mission Bio

Dr. Gouffon has over 20 years of experience working in the oncology genomics research field across academia and industry roles. She completed both her Masters in Biotechnology and Ph.D. training at the University of Tennessee and most recently joined Mission Bio in 2020 as the first Technical Application Liaison. In this unique role, she is focused on supporting our customers in the deployment of novel single-cell approaches for cutting-edge impact in translational oncology research.

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Lei Tong, PhD
Senior Regional Marketing Manager, Illumina APJ

Dr. Lei Tong earned her Ph.D. in Biomolecular Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin -Madison.  Before joining the marketing team, Lei has been in the Illumina service & support department as technical support manager covering all Illumina product portfolios. Now, at marketing department, Lei’s focus is on leveraging next generation sequencing methods for cell biology applications including single cell analysis.

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