Mutational Scanning

BBI Researchers Present on their Work at International CRISPR conference

October 11, 2022 | by BBI Communications

Florence Chardon and Moez Dawood, two BBI researchers based in Dr. Lea Starita’s lab, recently presented on their work at the international conference, “CRISPR and Beyond” in the U.K. Here are some of their reflections.

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Q&A: Highlights of the 2022 Mutational Scanning Symposium

June 27, 2022 | by BBI Communications

Organizer Dr. Fritz Roth and keynote speakers Drs. Clare Turnbull and Doug Fowler offer their observations and insights of the event and suggestions for the 2023 symposium to be held in the U.K.

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Q&A with Dr. Frederick Roth

May 17, 2022 | by BBI Communications

Lead organizer of the 5th Annual Mutational Scanning Symposium, in-person and online, June 13 and 14 in Toronto

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Gene that shapes mutation rate variation found in mice

May 12, 2022 | by Michael McCarthy

The finding supports theory that genetic differences between individuals and species can affect the acquisition of mutations.

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5th Annual Mutational Scanning Symposium Set for June in Toronto

April 28, 2022 | by BBI Communications

With just six weeks away from the opening session, the fifth annual Mutational Scanning Symposium, to be held in-person and online June 13 and 14 in Toronto, now has most of its speakers confirmed.

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Fifth Annual Mutational Scanning Symposium Planned for Toronto in June

March 29, 2022 | by BBI Communications

The Brotman Baty Institute is co-sponsoring the fifth annual Mutational Scanning Symposium to be held in-person and online June 13 and 14 in Toronto, followed by an online only poster session on June 16th. More information, including registration details, are available here.

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Scientists Launch ‘Herculean’ Project Creating Atlas of Human Genome Variants

April 01, 2021 | by BBI Communications

An international consortium of geneticists, biologists, clinicians, mathematicians, and other scientists is determined to take the study of the human genome to the next level – creating a comprehensive atlas of genetic variants to advance the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.

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