Epigenetic Regulation of BRCA1 by a Metabolic Switch

Speaker

Kevin Gardner, MD, PhD

Date

April 23, 2010, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Location

BSLC
924 East 57th Street
2nd Floor, Room 205
University of Chicago

Description

THE BREAST CANCER SPORE IS HOSTING A SPECIAL SEMINAR ON FRIDAY, APRIL 23 IN BSLC ROOM 205.  PLEASE POST/FORWARD.  WE HOPE YOU CAN ATTEND.


BREAST CANCER SPORE INVITES YOU TO A

SPECIAL SEMINAR

Presented by

Kevin Gardner, MD, PhD
Laboratory of Receptor Biology and Gene Expression
Head, T Cell Transcription Regulation Group
National Cancer Institute, Center for Cancer Research


“Epigenetic Regulation of BRCA1 by a Metabolic Switch”


Friday, April 23, 2010 | 10:30 – 11:30 AM
Biological Sciences Learning Center
924 East 57th Street
2nd Floor, Room 205

Refreshments will be provided.


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