Darwin Lecture: From Gene Identification to Clinical Benefit – The Example of Cystic Fibrosis
|Venue:||Royal Society of Medicine 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE|
Royal Society of Medicine
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PARTNER EVENT 18:00–19:00 Wednesday 15 November 2017
Each year the Darwin Lecture looks at the topic of 'Science and Medicine'.
The 9th annual Darwin lecture will be given by Professor Eric Alton, Professor of Gene Therapy and Respiratory Medicine, National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London and Honorary Consultant Physician, Royal Brompton Hospital.
Register now to hear Professor Alton outline the development of gene therapy for cystic fibrosis, present an update on the progress made with small molecules and discuss how years of important lessons may be of broader relevance to the current focus on genetics and genomic medicine.
- 6.00 pm Registration, tea and coffee
- 6.30 pm Welcome address
- 6.35 pm 2017 Darwin Lecture
- 7.20 pm Discussion time
- 7.30 pm Vote of thanks
- 7.35 pm Drinks reception
- This meeting is free and open to all
- Registration required via The Royal Society of Medicine