Telomeres in Cancer and Tissue Regeneration

Steve Artandi

Prof. Steve Artandi, Stanford

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Perkins Coie

Join us for Dinner with Professor Steve Artandi, from Stanford — at Perkins Coie in Palo Alto.

Telomeres in Cancer and Tissue Regeneration

About his work:

From Stanford:

Steve Artandi serves as a Professor of Medicine (Hematology) and Biochemistry at Stanford University. He also teaches a class on “Current Issues in Aging”. His research focuses on unraveling the molecular and cellular mechanisms according to which telomeres and telomerase modulate stem cell function and carcinogenesis.

Professor Artandi and his lab also have an interest in Telomerase Reverse Transcriptase (TERT) and Tissue Regeneration. This requires understanding how stem cells self-renew and differentiate and how TERT modulates stem cell function. One major limitation to this understanding is the inability to identify telomerase-positive cells in vivo. The Artandi lab has developed new approaches to solve this problem and are investigating telomerase-positive cells in vivo.

You can find a list of his publications here.

 

When:

Thursday, 25 September 2014, 6PM

Where:

Perkins Coie
3150 Porter Dr
Palo Alto, CA

A short 10 minute drive from Stanford, and 6 minutes by Uber/Taxi from the California Avenue Caltrain.

ABUNDANT FREE PARKING

Schedule:

  • 6:00 PM: Gather for Dinner and Conversation
  • 7:00 PM Presentations
  • 8:30 PM Desserts, Drinks and Discussions

Looking forward to seeing you all!