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Fifth International Mammalian Synthetic Biology Workshop (mSBW 5.0)


This workshop will explore the latest trends and advances in the field, including recent foundational accomplishments and applications in addressing challenges to human health and beyond.  This one-and-a-half day meeting brings together world’s leading researchers in synthetic biology, mammalian and cellular biology, and bioengineering from academic as well as industry partners. Our scientific program will include topics in many applications of “Synthetic Immunology”, “Synthetic Biology of Multicellular Systems”, “Genes, Circuits, and Genomes”, “Viral Vectors and Gene Therapy”, “Host-Microbe Interactions”, as well as a Panhel Discussion on “The Future of Synthetic Biology Funding and Investments”.

Wyss Institute Founding Core Faculty James Collins and Pamela Silver will present. For additional program information and registration rates, please visit the event site.

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