Bristows will be facilitating an evening of debate on the subject of human genome editing at The Royal Society in London on Tuesday 12 November 2019.
This event will involve a thought-provoking debate on the moral, ethical, commercial and regulatory implications of human genome editing.
The debate will be chaired by eminent journalist and broadcaster, Joan Bakewell, Baroness Bakewell of Stockport DBE, and conducted by a panel of leading experts on human genome editing including:
- Dr Nessa Carey (Imperial College)
- Professor Robin Lovell-Badge CBE (Francis Crick Institute)
- Dr Helen O’Neill (University College London)
- Dr Rodger Novak (CRISPR Therapeutics).
Our Laura Anderson, Mark Hawes and Julian Hitchcock will be in attendance, and the audience includes professionals involved in the life sciences and associated technologies.
To register your interest to attend, and to receive a video recording after the event, please email our events team firstname.lastname@example.org