4th Annual Genome Writers Guild Conference - LIVESTREAM
Course Directors: Saad Kenderian, MB, ChB and Stephen Ekker, PhD
July 23 - 25, 2020 - LIVESTREAM
To ensure you have timely access to the latest medical education in an interactive format, this course will be offered via livestreaming. You will receive information on how to connect to the event after registration.
Genome engineering has hit the streets. The plethora of new editing tools is propelling the field into the next genomic revolution. What are the new technologies? What will we make with them? How are the innovations impacting society and our individual lives? The Genome Writers Guild's annual conference highlights the fast pace of genomic engineering. The Guild is partnering with Mayo Clinic and the Rosalind Franklin Society for the 2020 conference.
This year’s CME course focuses on cell and gene therapy; future directions in CAR-T cell therapy and cellular therapeutics; and practical management of patients receiving CAR-T cell therapy. You’ll learn about recent research, tangible skills for the laboratory and the challenges of social responsibility we all share.
|Full Course (July 23 - 25)|
CME Credit only available on July 25
|Thursday and Friday (July 23 - 24)|
No CME Credit Available
Saturday, July 25
CME Credit Available
For more information visit Genome Writers Guild Website.
Upon conclusion of this program, participants should be able to:
- Describe CAR-T Cell Therapy
- Future directions in CAR-T cell therapy and cellular therapeutics
- Practical management of patients receiving CAR-T cell therapy
- Ability to work in inter-disciplinary teams in the context of CAR-T cell therapy
- Target patient populations well suited for CAR-T cell therapy
- Management of CAR-T cell therapy side-effects
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Other Healthcare Professionals
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- 10.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
- 10.25 Attendance
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