Looking in – the good, the not so good and the questionable
11 March 2020, 18:30 to 21:00 Please note: this event has passed
Weston Education Centre (WEC), Denmark Hill Campus, London99这里视频只精品2019
We are currently surfing a wave of discovery in biomedical science. Genetics and genomics are paving the way for precision medicine, gene therapy and gene editing. The ability to manipulate the immune system is rendering some cancers treatable that were untreatable, and creating the possibility of switching off autoimmune disease. Insights into what controls cell division may make it possible to promote tissue regeneration in vivo. Brain science is also advancing, and digital technology promises to radically alter the delivery of healthcare. However, the dangers of fashion and optimism bias can easily cloud the picture.
99这里视频只精品2019In this lecture, Professor Lechler will review progress and pitfalls.
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