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Crick Lecture | Judith Zaugg, EMBL Heidelberg
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Thursday 13 Jul 2023
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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The CrickConnect team are delighted to be able to invite community members to join us for the institute's regular Crick Lecture.
Crick Lectures provide a broad insight into biomedical research from leading scientists. Not to be missed, the one-hour lectures are the event of the week for the Crick community to come together.
Crick Lectures take place weekly (usually on Thursday at 16:00), and are given by leading scientists. The lectures aim to be accessible to scientists across different disciplines, while also offering something for the specialist.
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This week, Group Leader Judith Zaugg at EMBL Heidelberg will be giving the Crick Lecture, "How do cells integrate extrinsic signals and intrinsic state? A systems epigenetics approach".
There will also be an opportunity to catch up with colleagues and friends over refreshments after the Lecture from 17:00. If you are able to join us in person at the Crick please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can arrange access.
The Zaugg Group investigates the variation of molecular phenotypes among individuals along with their genetic and epigenetic variation with the aim of better understanding the molecular basis of complex genetic traits and diseases.We are applying and developing computational biology tools for integrating large-scale biological ‘omics data to address questions in personalised genomics and investigate basic gene regulatory mechanisms.
The groups research vision is to understand the causes underlying phenotypic variation (including disease) across individuals, with the goal of pushing the boundaries of precision medicine. It believes that a crucial part of precision medicine is to quantitatively understand the interplay of genetics, epigenetics and environmental factors, including interaction within the cellular microenvironment.
13 Jul 2023 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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