100 Friday Center Drive
Chromatin and epigenetic regulation play crucial roles in gene expression, stem cell pluripotency and human disease. Eight known experts are invited and confirmed to attend this Abcam meeting, intended to promote current understanding and advancement in the broad and exiting field. It shall encourage scientific collaboration among the community, inspire new idea, and thus promote basic research in chromatin biology and epigenetics. Register by August 28 to save your seat!
NC Health promoters are welcome to participate in this educational training in Spanish, "Community Navigation Training Program: A National Framework to Achieve Health Equity."
Daniel J. Antoine, PhD, Translational Safety Biomarker Research Group Coordinator MRC Centre for Drug Safety Science, Lecturer in Pharmacology / Wellcome Trust Funded Research Fellow, Department of Molecular & Clinical Pharmacology, Institute of Translational Medicine, University of Liverpool
Stefan A. Laufer, PhD, Chair Pharmaceutical/Medicinal Chemistry Eberhard-Karls-University Tübingen Institute of Pharmacy
Shizhen (Emily) Wang, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Cancer Biology, City of Hope Beckman Research Institute and Cancer Center
Jarod Waybright, CBMC
In vivo RNAI technology and Innovative cancer mouse models for accelerated target discovery in gastroinstestinal tumors
Professor Dr. med. Lars Zender, Division of Gastrointestinal Oncology, Department of Internal Medicine I, University Hospital Tübingen
Proteotoxicity and Cardiac Dysfunction: New Therapeutic Ideas from a Model of Human Familial Cardiomyopathy
Monte S. Willis, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, McAllister Heart Institute; Vice Chair of Academic Affairs, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine; Director, UNC-CH Campus Health Services Laboratory; and Director, UNC Hospitals Sweat Chloride Testing, Clinical Core (Chemistry) Laboratory
James C. Alwine, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
McCorkle Place, UNC-Chapel Hill
The Dozen Doughnut Dash is a 4-mile race starting where participants are challenged to 2.5 miles, eat a dozen doughnuts, and then complete another 1.5 miles! The race will take place on Saturday, September 5 beginning at the Old Well on the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill. Proceeds from the event benefit UNC Lineberger.s