September 24th-28th 2017 University of Udine, Italy

This meeting will explore the latest developments and cutting edge technologies in this research area
with an emphasis on understanding the etiology of human disease and the development of personalized approaches to cancer therapy
as well as treatment strategies to delay and/or reduce genome damage associated with aging.
The program and venue will maximize dissemination of new results and ideas,
enhance existing interactions and foster new collaborations among scientists from the United States and Europe.

TOPICS:

DNA stability and replication
DNA Editing: Mechanisms underlying mutational signatures in human cancers
DNA damage response: Pre-clinical and translational aspects
Defects in the DNA damage response as targets for personalized therapeutic approaches
Stability of the genome in aging and non-neoplastic disease
Advanced technologies for analysis of DNA repair
Regulatory mechanisms of RNA functions in genome stability
DNA damage and epigenetics
DNA repair and environmental pollutants

KEYNOTE LECTURES:
Tomas Lindahl
2015, Nobel Prize for Chemistry
(Francis Crick Institute, UK)
Philip C. Hanawalt
(Stanford University, CA, USA)

Further information: http://dnarepair.uniud.it
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Deadline for Early Bird registrations: May 1st, 2017

Organizing Committee: Robert Sobol, Eugenia Dogliotti, Alexander Buerkle, Gianluca Tell

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