York Gairdner Lecture
Please join us for the York Gairdner lectures featuring two of this year’s Canada Gairdner International Laureates: Dr. John E. Dick and Dr. Katalin Karikó, starting at 1:30pm in the Dr. Robert Everett Senate Chambers, N940 Ross Building, Keele Campus.
Dr. Dick, Senior Scientist and Canada Research Chair in Stem Cell Biology, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, UHN; University Professor, Department of Molecular Genetics, University of Toronto, will be delivering his lecture entitled “What makes a stem cell a stem cell and how does it go bad?”.
Dr. Karikó, Senior Vice President RNA Protein Replacement Therapies, BioNTech SE; Professor, University of Szeged; Adjunct Professor, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, will be delivering her lecture entitled “Developing mRNA for therapy”.
All are welcome