07th December 2021
Date: 07th December 2021
Time: 16:00 PM CET
Mammalian synthetic biology could revolutionize the treatment of hard-to-tackle diseases by reprogramming cells using synthetic circuits. This webcast will describe the design of a readily readapted platform to sense intracellular proteins of interest, and address applications and challenges for engineering potential cell-based therapies.
Synthetic biologists will want to learn about a novel, easily adapted platform to sense intracellular proteins of interest in this webcast with a mammalian synthetic biology thought leader. Join Dr. Velia Siciliano of the Italian Institute of Technology-IIT and discover:
- How to engineer cells to deliver a therapeutic output only when needed
- How to engineer RNA-encoded programs
- Issues to address to speed development of new synbio-based therapies
Dr. Velia Siciliano of the Italian Institute of Technology-IIT will describe design of an adaptable mammalian synthetic biology platform to sense intracellular proteins of interest, and applications for engineering potential cell-based therapies.