Gene Editing Using CRISPR/Cas Technology: From Discovery to Therapy

Thank you for registering for the Education Course, Gene editing using CRISPR/Cas technology: From discovery to therapy. The course will take place on Saturday, April 28, from 8am - 4:30pm at the Hawaii Convention Center, room 316B.

Use the links below to access the course presentations. All presentations may not be available at this time. Presenters will be given the option to provide their presentations, or an updated version, after the course. Attendees will be notified via email if new or updated presentations are available. No paper copies will be available at the course.

All materials are copyrighted to the presenter and cannot be duplicated or shared without permission from the presenter. Contact to request permission.

Stephen Tsang
New: Designing CRISPR experiments: Tips and potential pitfalls to look out for/avoid in gRNA design process

Christine Xu
New: GUIDE-Seq vs high-throughput genomic translocation sequencing vs Digenome-seq vs BLESS

Alberto Ciccia
New: iSTOP: Induction of STOP codons by CRISPR-mediated base editing

Tara Moore
Challenges of CRISPR gene editing in genetic eye disease
Presentation not available

Dong Hyun Jo
New: CjCas9-mediated genome editing for macular degenerations

Alex Hewitt, PhD
High throughput CRISPR screening for ophthalmology
Presentation not available

Samuel Alberg
New: Designing optimal CRISPR gRNAs

Mark Behlke
New: HDR ssODN and crRNA design for high efficiency and low OTEs

Kevin Holden
CRISPR design, experimental analysis and cell engineering services
Presentation not available