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Synthetic Biology: Next-Generation Diagnostics Lecture

Lecture

On Tuesday, February 26, join Brigham and Women’s Hospital for the weekly Clinical Pathology Conference lecture series featuring Wyss Core Faculty member James Collins. James Collins is a founder of the field of synthetic biology and a pioneer in the application of systems biology concepts to solve major biomedical problems. His internationally acclaimed research uses network biology approaches to study antibiotic action and the emergence of resistance. This work has highlighted the importance of common pathways downstream of antibiotic targets, such as the TCA cycle and antioxidant defense systems, in modulating antibiotic-induced lethality. Dr. Collins has been translating these basic discoveries into the development of novel diagnostics platforms. Join the seminar to learn more!

Directions to the Ramzi Cotran Conference Center, 75 Francis Street, Armory Building, 3rd Floor: Enter the main lobby of the Brigham and Women’s Hospital at 75 Francis Street (the Amory Laboratory Building). Turn right and walk until you see a bank of elevators on the right. Take the Amory elevators to the 3rd floor. On the 3rd floor, turn right off the elevators. The entrance to the “Ramzi Cotran Conference Center” is well-marked and is the first set of double doors on the right (Amory 360.F.1, BWH Pathology).

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