technology Symposium -->
Delegates will gain from the vast knowledge of Nobel Laureate, Dr.
Smithies is the Weatherspoon Eminent Distinguished Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at
In 1985, Smithies described his second ground-breaking technique – the use of homologous recombination to alter a human gene in a living cell. With this technique, he has determined how genes affect blood pressure in healthy persons, and how the same genes influence the kidney problems that affect some people with diabetes.
In addition to Smithies’ presentation, Dr.
“These expert speakers will serve as outstanding leads into this new conference that explores advances in biopharmaceutical manufacturing, facility design and integration to help companies develop and validate future projects and next-generation manufacturing systems,” said
Attendee registration is open. Those interested can learn more at http://www.ISPE.org/2013BioTechConference.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/7/prweb10966374.htm
Most Popular Stories
- Bipartisan Budget Deal Gets Key Support in House
- Bitcoin Clones Lurch Onto Financial Scene
- Clinton to Keynote Annual Simmons Leadership Conference
- Scotch Whisky Sales Raise Distillers' Spirits
- Holiday Shopping Off to a Slow Start This Season
- Budget Deal Will Cut 220,000 Californians Out of Jobless Benefits
- Fake Deaf Interpreter Was Hallucinating, Has Schizophrenia
- Tea Party Glum in Face of Bipartisan Budget Deal
- Health Coverage Disparities Emerge Among States
- Futures Fall, Holiday Spending and Unemployment Up