Two Free Virtual Sessions: Long COVID and International Trainees

Grant Holley, PhD - January 12, 2022

Each two-hour session is FREE for ASGCT members and only $50 for non-members!

ASGCT'S Insight Series is a new virtual series designed to provide attendees with the latest research and insights on a variety of cutting-edge topics presented by leading gene and cell therapy experts. Topics are chosen jointly by two ASGCT committees whose collaboration will ensure programming unique from the ASGCT Annual Meeting. We hope to see you at one or both of the first two sessions later this month!

Clinical Aspects and Immune Responses in Patients with Long COVID

January 25, 1-3 p.m. (CT)

 

Session Agenda

Clinical Aspects of Long COVID - Clinical Aspects (from Patient Characteristics and Symptoms)

Linda Geng, MD, PhD
Stanford University

Neurologic Manifestations of COVID-19

Igor Koralnik, MD
Northwestern University

Immune Response Induced Long COVID

Timothy Henrich, MD
UCSF


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Finding a Good Match — Landing a Perfect Position in an International Lab

January 26, 8-10 a.m. (CT)

 

Session Agenda

Perspective on International Gene Editing and Gene Therapy Research

Kshitiz Singh, MBBS, MMST
Queen’s University

What's Next? The Steps from Undergrad to Graduate in the U.S.

Pradip Bajgain, PhD
National Cancer Institute (NIH)

Challenges and Solutions: Transitioning to an American Post-Doc 

Marina Pavlou, PhD
University of Washington

The Value of Recruiting International Students to American Labs

Matt Porteus, MD, PhD
Stanford University School of Medicine

How to Identify the Right Fit for PIs and Trainees 

Renier Brentjens, MD, PhD
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center


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Dr. Holley is the director of science and education at ASGCT.

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