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Large-Scale Detection of Oncogenic Mutations for Molecular Oncology

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Event Date: November 20 2014

This webinar presents the path followed by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) to develop a hybridization-based capture panel encompassing more than 300 key cancer-associated genes, which they have applied to characterize several thousand tumors.

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Perspectives on Natural Products and Drug Discovery

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Event Date: November 4 2014

The Scientist brings together a panel of experts to discuss tools and strategies for characterizing natural products and testing their roles as drug candidates.

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New Models and Tools for Studying Synaptic Development and Function

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Event Date: October 28 2014

The Scientist brings together a panel of experts to discuss emerging technologies for studying synapse development and function.

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Stem Cell Characterization: Challenges and Strategies

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Event Date: October 16 2014

The Scientist brings together a panel of experts to discuss emerging tools and strategies for stem cell characterization.

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Understanding Gene Editing and Making It Work for You

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Event Date: September 25 2014

The Scientist brings together a panel of experts to talk about the innovations in gene editing and how some of these techniques can be utilized to help with your applications and research goals.

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Using Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells in Drug Discovery

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Event Date: September 18 2014

iPSCs present a unique approach for modeling human physiology and disease and understanding the mechanism of action of a drug and its efficacy and safety. Our panel of experts will share their perspectives on the pros and cons of using iPSCs for research

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Using Stem Cells for Disease Modeling and Cell Therapy

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Event Date: June 26 2014

Technical challenges in procuring, isolating, and deriving stem cells exist, as do the ethical controversies around the use of stem cells. This webinar brings together a panel of experts to discuss hope, the hype, and what we can realistically expect to see going forward.

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Spotlight on Epigenetics Drug Discovery

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Event Date: June 25 2014

Efforts to unravel the epigenome and a deeper understanding of the role epigenetic pathways play in cell function and disease have led to intense drug-discovery initiatives both in academia and the pharma/biotech industry. The Scientist brings together a panel of experts to address some of the key questions that the field is grappling with today.

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Mobile Applications Driving Data Efficiencies

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Event Date: June 4 2014

In this webinar, The Scientist brings together technical experts to discuss mobile applications for data recording and analysis, data searches and journal access, real-time tracking of lab equipment, clinical data, patient information and other tasks that may seem too good to be true.

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An Urgent Need for Validating and Characterizing Antibodies

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Event Date: May 28 2014

Our panel of experts will be able to offer advice on what can be done to help solve common problems associated with antibody use, as well as, what should be done as a community to address this issue at large.

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