CRISPR and Beyond: Perturbations at Scale to Understand Genomes, Sep. 1-3, 2021

Virtual Conference CRISPR and Beyond

Rapid advancements in gene-editing technology enables us to begin to understand the functional implications of natural and disease-related human genetic variation.  This year’s programme will cover approaches that modulate the genome and its context at scale, from single nucleotides and genes to hundreds of growth environments. 

Topics will include:           

Disease models
Coding variationGenetic interactions
Single cell approaches + perturbations
Emerging technology
Regulatory variation        

You can sign up here to register your interest in this meeting, and be the first to know when registration for the event opens.                                              
John Doench
Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, USA 

Jolanda van Leeuwen
University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland 

Leopold Parts
Wellcome Sanger Institute, UK 

Lea Starita
University of Washington, USA

Further information: Link to the event
Abstract deadline
06 Jul 2021
Registration deadline
23 Aug 2021