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11.06.15 Steve Jackson to deliver the 22nd Sackler Distinguished Lecture

last modified Jul 06, 2015 04:37 PM
Steve Jackson delivers the Sackler lecture in Leeds and Cambridge

The 22nd Raymond and Beverly Sackler Distinguished Lecture

Cellular responses to DNA damage: mechanistic insights and new cancer therapies

will be given by Steve Jackson FRS

Professor of Biology and Head of Cancer Research UK Laboratories at the Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge

at 5.15pm on 25th June 2015 at the University of Cambridge

(The William Harvey Lecture Theatre, School of Clinical Medicine; hosted by Professor Patrick Maxwell
, Regius Professor of Physic)

 

Watch the lecture on video here.

 

The lecture was first given at the University of Leeds on 11th June 2015.


Studying development to understand disease

The Gurdon Institute is funded by Wellcome and Cancer Research UK to study the biology of development, and how normal growth and maintenance go wrong in cancer and other diseases.

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