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| 105 ZRC, MSKCC, 417 E. 68TH ST.
Molecular Pharmacology and Chemistry Program

Advancing Cancer Nanomedicine through Integrated Genomic Screens and Vascularized Models

Joelle Straehla, M.D., Ph.D., instructor, department of pediatric oncology, Boston Children’s Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

| 105 ZRC, MSKCC, 417 E. 68TH ST.
Molecular Pharmacology and Chemistry Program

Leveraging Sequence and Structure to Unravel Specificity in Glycoconjugate Biosynthesis

Karen Allen, Ph.D., professor, department of chemistry, Boston University

| 116 ROCKEFELLER RESEARCH LABORATORIES, MSKCC, 430 E. 67TH ST.
Molecular Pharmacology and Chemistry Program

Design of Lipid Nanoparticles for Enabling Gene Therapies

Pieter Cullis, Ph.D., professor, department of biochemistry and molecular biology, The University of British Columbia

| ZUCKERMAN AUDITORIUM, MSKCC, 417 E. 68TH ST.
Molecular Pharmacology and Chemistry Program

A Unified Genetic Perturbation Language in Human Immune Cells

Theodore Roth, M.D., Ph.D., resident, department of pathology, Stanford University; co-founder, Arsenal Biosciences

| 105 ZRC, MSKCC, 417 E. 68TH ST.
Molecular Pharmacology and Chemistry Program

A New Family of Metabolites-medated Lysine Acylation Pathways: Biochemistry, Epigenetics and Pathophysiology

Yingming Zhao, Ph.D., Professor, Ben May Department for Cancer Research, University of Chicago

| 105 ZRC, MSKCC, 417 E. 68TH ST.
Molecular Pharmacology and Chemistry Program

Ferroptosis: Mechanisms and Therapeutic Applications

Brent Stockwell, Professor, Department of Biological Sciences and Chemistry, Columbia University

| 105 ZRC, MSKCC, 417 E. 68TH ST.
Molecular Pharmacology and Chemistry Program

Attenuating Oncogenic Transcription with Small Molecules

Angela Koehler, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Biological Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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