Oxford University Gene Therapy Seminar Series

The current venue for the seminars is the NDCLS seminar room in the JR. This is a relatively small room but this often aids an open and vibrant discussion of the presentations.
The current venue for the seminars is the NDCLS seminar room in the JR. This is a relatively small room but this often aids an open and vibrant discussion of the presentations.

The Oxford Gene Therapy Seminar Series was started in the summer of 2003 as a platform to allow increased communication within the gene therapy community working in Oxford. The seminar program includes speakers from within Oxford and also external speakers

The seminar series aims to keep members of the Oxford gene therapy community up to date with the latest developments and is open to those working both in academia or in industry

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