Talks@12: The Promises and Perils of Gene Editing





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Streamed live on Jan 16, 2018

Genome reading and editing are exponentially advancing technologies, putting tools such as next-generation sequencing and CRISPR at the forefront of medical research and practice. George Church, a leading innovator in this emerging field, will explore the many promising applications that could significantly impact human health and also discuss the ethical implications facing genetic engineering now and in the future.

George Church, PhD
Professor of Genetics
Harvard-MIT Program in Health Sciences and Technology
Harvard Medical School

Director, Personal Genome Project

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