11월 05일 (화)|
2019 Nobel Laureate in Medicine Visits UNIST
Dr. William G. Kaelin Jr. will deliver a special lecture for UNIST students on November 5, 2019.
Time & Location
2019년 11월 05일 오후 7:00
About the event
Harvard Medical School Professor William G. Kaelin Jr., one of the 2019 Nobel Laureates in Physiology or Medicine, is visiting UNIST on Tuesday, November 5, 2019.
This visit is held on an invitation from Director Kyungjae Myung of IBS Center for Genomic Integrity (CGI) at UNIST. During this visit, Dr. William G. Kaelin Jr. will deliver a special lecture for aspiring young scientists of UNIST.
The lecture will cover recent Nobel Prize-awarded achievements, such as oxygen sensing and cancer metabolism, with particular focus on the ‘Tumor suppressor protein VHL’. It will take place in Room 110 of Natural Sciences Building, starting at 4:00 p.m.
There will subsequently be a small seminar to carry out in-depth discussions into research paper topics with researchers who are affiliated to IBS. This will be followed by a brief meeting with Director Kyungjae Myung (Distinguished Professor, School of Life Sciences) and key researchers, in which they seek out opportunities for joint research and associated activity. The IBS Center for Genomic Integrity focuses on comprehending how these DNA repair processes are managed, which help cells recognize DNA damage and preserve genetic information.
Dr. William G. Kaelin Jr. is one of three doctors who won the 2019 Nobel Prize in Medicine for joint research into how cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability. He currently serves as the Sidney Farber Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and senior physician in medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
“This meeting with Dr. William G. Kaelin Jr. who has been recognized as one of the world’s foremost experts in his field will provide a good stimulus to young scholars of science,” says Director Myung. “Thus, through joint collaboration, we hope to further investigate DNA repair mechanisms, thus providing answers to humanity’s greatest concerns, such as cancer and aging.”
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