Developing next-gen DNA sequencing-based approaches to dissect cancer genome

Speaker

San Ming Wang, PhD

Date

April 13, 2010, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Location

SBRI - 5812 S. Ellis Ave.  Room P-315
University of Chicago

Description

Academic Event (scheduled event at known place/date/time)
Next-gen DNA sequencing-based approaches to dissect cancer genome [Path Seminar]
“Developing next-gen DNA sequencing-based approaches to dissect cancer genomeā€ San Ming Wang, PhD guest speaker for Department of Pathology Seminar Series

Date of Event
2010-04-13 Start Time
12:00 End Time
13:00 Building
SBRI - 5812 S. Ellis Ave. Room
P-315

Webpage URL (if any)
http://pathology.bsd.uchicago.edu/index.htm

Contact Name
Garcia Wilson

Contact Email
gwilson@bsd.uchicago.edu

Contact Phone
773.702.0647

Date of desired inclusion
0000-00-00

Persons with Disabilities who need assistance, please call
Garcia or Valerie, 773.702.0647

Sponsoring Unit(s)
Department of Pathology

Series Title (if any)
Seminar Series

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