Once considered junk DNA, the role of noncoding DNA in health and disease is becoming more widely recognized. Mutations in intronic DNA sequences may disrupt normal gene function, leading to cell cycle dysregulation and cancer. In this webinar, Jiyue Zhu and Felix Dietlein will discuss strategies for exploring noncoding DNA function during cancer pathogenesis.
Topics to be covered
- Regulating the human telomerase gene with repetitive DNA sequences
- Defining somatic mutations in the noncoding genome and their associations with cancer
Friday, October 7th, 2022 | 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern Time
This webinar will be available to view live and on-demand.
Jiyue Zhu, PhD
Washington State University College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Felix Dietlein, MD, PhD
Harvard Medical School
Computational Health Informatics Program, Boston Children's Hospital