Mitigating mitochondrial mutational meltdown: or how to prevent the ‘mothers curse’

To allow as many interested parties from all across the globe to participate, the hugely popular public lecture series returns on this occasion via MS TEAMS and Facebook LIVE. The lecture is free to attend and the world is invited.

This exclusive lecture series features notable speakers from their field of expertise and seeks to provide the wider community with a unique opportunity to listen to outstanding experts speak on a wide variety of topics, providing both a platform for intellectual discourse and lifelong learning.

In the upcoming lecture, Professor Patrick Chinnery, Jeffrey Cheah Professorial Fellow at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, will be speaking live from the UK on “Mitigating mitochondrial mutational meltdown: or how to prevent the ‘mothers curse’”. He will explain how new biological insights have cast a light on the mechanisms involved and how harnessing this new knowledge presents an exciting opportunity to prevent and treat major human diseases.

This illustrious speaker series has previously included Professor Stephen J Toope, Vice-Chancellor of University of Cambridge; Dame Minouche Shafik, Director of London School of Economics and Political Science; Emeritus Professor Khaw Kay-Tee, Jeffrey Cheah Professorial Fellow in Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge; Professor Sir Leszek Borysievwicz; Emeritus Vice-Chancellor of University of Cambridge; Professor Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and many more.

We are delighted to invite you and all your colleagues to be part of this occasion.

Register HERE.