Harvard Law School, Wasserstein Hall, Milstein East AB, 1585 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA
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Law, policy, and guidance are vague, sometimes conflicting, and generally lacking in concrete solutions for questions regarding post-trial responsibilities. The issues are complex and demand thoughtful discourse to move the clinical trial enterprise towards meaningful solutions. Areas that currently lack clarity include:
How are recommendations regarding post-trial responsibilities influenced by the trial phase and/or prior experience with the...
Guest speaker: George Q. Daley, MD, PhD Director, Stem Cell Transplantation Program Boston Children's Hospital
Scientists around the world are engaged in culturing pluripotent stem cells and differentiating them for use in research and regenerative medicine. As reported in back-to-back papers in the August 14 issue of Cell, scientists at Boston Children’s Hospital, the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University and Boston University have created a computer algorithm called CellNet to ensure...
Hyatt Regency Boston, One Avenue de Lafayette, Boston, MA
Each year, the ASAP BioPharma Conference advances the agenda and raises the bar for alliance management and collaboration in life sciences. Today, partnering is the beating heart of the industry, bringing together pharma leaders, biotech innovators, and service organizations to deliver healthier outcomes and billions in revenues to the industry’s stakeholders. But relentless disruption continues—neither biopharma companies nor alliance executives can afford to stand still.
How have you pushed partnering to new frontiers—going beyond managing risk to create new value and growth...
"Lunch and Learn" Lecture Series: Beyond the Basics of Microscopy
Guest lecturers: Casey Kraft and Doug Richardson
This lecture series is designed to provide information on applications and techniques available in the HCBI (Harvard Center for Biological Imaging). You do not need to be a member of the facility to attend!
Wyss Institute, Room 521, Three Blackfan Circle, Boston, MA
Guest speaker: Nicholas Geisse, PhD Applications Scientist Oxford Instruments Asylum Research, Inc.
AFM has improved drastically over the past few years for higher resolution imaging of proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, as well as for cell and molecular mechanics. For cell mechanics, AFMs are also used as mechanical probes, assessing the mechanical properties of cells, tissues, and their microenvironments.This lecture will provide an overview of how atomic force microscopy can be used for these emerging applications. It will be followed by a discussion on...