An afternoon event hosted by the Milner Therapeutics Institute, with visiting speakers from the Korean Research Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology (KRIBB) and Seoul National University (SNU) together with selected University of Cambridge speakers.
The event will focus on advances and opportunities around cell and gene therapy, disease models and computational research in biomedicine, and will offer a prime opportunity to learn about and understand cutting-edge science projects in KRIBB and SNU. The talks will be followed by networking and refreshments to facilitate new connections within our international audience.
Register at: kribb-snu-milner-workshop.eventbrite.co.uk
Lunch and networking
Cambridge-KRIBB MoU Ceremony
Announcing a new partnership between the MTI and KRIBB
Opening Remarks by Namshik Han, Milner Therapeutics Institute.
Congratulatory Remarks by Jong Ho Lee, Science and ICT Minister, Republic of Korea
KRIBB’s Biomedical Science Research Overview
Jang-Seong Kim, President, KRIBB
Forefront in In Vivo Genome Editing for Inherited Retinal Disease
Jeong Hun Kim, Director, Global Excellence Center for Gene and Cell Therapy (GEC-GCT), Seoul National University Hospital
Regenerative Technology Research in KRIBB – The Intermediate Cells of Reprogramming for Regenerative Application
Janghwan Kim, Principal Researcher, Stem Cell Convergence Research Center, KRIBB
Computational Research in KRIBB – Introduction to the Korea National Genome Project
Ji Hwan Park, Senior Specialist, Korea Bioinformation Center, KRIBB
Development of low-immunogenic universal cholangiocyte cellular therapies
Kourosh Saeb-Parsy, Avatrial & Department of Surgery, University of Cambridge
Human intestinal organoids as translational research tools in gut health and disease
Matthias Zilbauer, Cambridge Stem Cell Institute, University of Cambridge
Data-Driven Computational Paradigms in Drug Discovery: Exploring Therapeutic Targets Across Diverse Pathological Domains
Namshik Han, Milner Therapeutics Institute, University of Cambridge