Upcoming CBI Events

(& Others of Potential Interest)


GEARS club* September 10th, 2015 at 6:00-7:00 PM at Harvard Medical School, in the Cannon Room in Building C (enter building C2 labeled in red on this map). The talks will be:

“Targeting transcriptional addictions via BET protein degradation”
Georg E. Winter, PhD, James Bradner lab, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

“Dissection of regulatory networks in primary immune cells using a genome-wide CRISPR-Cas9 library”
Oren Parnas, PhD, Aviv Regev lab, Broad Institute

“How do cells integrate signals?”
Michael Springer, PhD, Associate Professor of Systems Biology, Harvard Medical School

*The Gene Expression and RNA Series (GEARS) club, has been running research-club style meetings every month or two for two years, at several venues including HMS, the Broad & Brandeis. Usually Thursday evenings, with 3 or 4 short talks followed by a social hour with food and drinks. GEARS meetings are free and all are welcome to attend. For more information visit: http://www.gearsclub.org/. Information on the upcoming meetings will be posted here, when available.

Chromatin Snapshot Highlights: All About Polycomb
October 15th, 2015 | Boston, MA.
The third in a series of great, free one day meetings on chromatin and transcription. Includes a poster session, and some speaker slots for non-faculty as well. Attendance is free, so long as you register before the listed “deadline”, at polycomb2015. After that it really is still free, but you should contact Jonathan Whetstine, one of the organizers, instead of going through the website.

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