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Save the Date: Panel Discussion at Town Hall

Save the date! As part of ISB’s Annual Systems Biology Symposium, we will host a panel discussion at Town Hall on the evening of April 4. This year’s Symposium theme is “Emerging Technologies for Systems Biology.” The Panelists include: Atul Butte, MD, PhD, Director, Institute for Computational Health Sciences, and Professor of Pediatrics, University of California, San Francisco; Carol Dahl, PhD, Executive Director, The Lemelson Foundation; and Jacob Corn, PhD, Managing Director and Scientific Director, Innovative Genomics Initiative (IGI) and Principal Investigator, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, UC Berkeley. Journalist Luke Timmerman will moderate. Stay tuned for ticket information.

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