We will have Primate Developmental Biology Seminar with Dr Tomomi Aida from Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a lecturer.
Dr. Aida has reported several pioneering works in the research field of genome engineering, such as the production of knock-in mice by cloning-free CRISPR / Cas9 system using ribonucleoprotein (RNP) complex and microhomology-mediated end-joining (MMEJ) in mouse embryos. And in recent years, he has achieved remarkable results in research using genetically modified monkeys. In this seminar, he will give a lecture on gene modification technology in non-human primates.
If you have any interests in the topic, you are welcome to attend this seminar.
"Genome editing for non-human primates"
Dr Tomomi Aida
Research Scientist, Guoping Feng Lab, McGovern Institute for Brain Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Researchers and students
Pre-registered participants only
[IMPORTANT] Participants shall not disclose any confidential information to others since unpublished data may appear in the presentations.
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"Primate Developmental Biology"
Grant-in-Aid Transformative Research area type B, MEXT
Tomoyuki Tsukiyama (RCALS, Shiga University of Medical Science)
Tomonori Nakamura (WPI-ASHBi/Hakubi center, Kyoto University)
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