Recognizing the fast emergence and potential significance of this field, the aim of this workshop series is to bring practitioners of mammalian synthetic biology together with experts from other relevant
Recognizing the fast emergence and potential significance of this field, the aim of this workshop series is to bring practitioners of mammalian synthetic biology together with experts from other relevant fields. The general goals of the workshop are to nucleate the nascent mammalian synthetic biology community, reach out to experts from other fields that can benefit from and contribute to this field, and define the important challenges and future directions. The workshop provides a forum for exposition of the latest developments in the field and discussions of how experts from other fields can benefit from and contribute to mammalian synthetic biology.
Abstracts for Posters, Short Talks, and ACS Synthetic Biology (see below): February 18, 2015
Registration: April 6, 2015
JUST ANNOUNCED – PUBLISH YOUR WORK TO ACS SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY! You can now submit your abstract for consideration as a manuscript in ACS Synthetic Biology. If selected by the workshop committee, you will be invited to submit an original work to the journal. Abstracts are due February 18 via the workshop registration, and full manuscripts are due July 31, 2015. Read the full details
General workshop topics will include:
– Foundational mammalian synthetic biology
– Synthetic biology applications in scientific inquiry
– Synthetic biology applications in industrial applications
Additional topics will include: ethical, safety, and policy issues; methods of treatment diseases; protein and RNA based therapeutics; drug screening; microbiome applications; stem cells; cell based therapies; diabetes & metabolic diseases; cancer; tissue engineering; genetic diseases; infectious disease; and vaccines.
The first workshop included breakout sessions to identify the main challenges and opportunities. Findings from the breakout sessions may be downloaded here.
april 25 (Saturday) - 26 (Sunday)
The Broad Institute
415 Main Street, Cambridge, MA 02142