The 4 D’s of CRISPR gene editing: Design, Develop, Deliver and Detect

Whether you are just getting started with CRISPR or want to refresh the basics in designing and performing CRISPR experiments, Dr. Antony Adamson can help. [1] As Manager of the Genome Editing Unit at the University of Manchester, [2] he's helped numerous researchers achieve their varied CRISPR goals. Tap into his knowledge and wisdom in this enlightening presentation; it could just be the advice you need to increase the effectiveness of your CRISPR experiments.

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Antony Adamson
Antony Adamson
Antony received his Ph.D. in Molecular Endocrinology at The University of Manchester in 2006. He then pursued post-doctoral research at the University of Liverpool, developing recombinant Bacterial Artificial Chromosomes for the single cell microscopy of NF-kappaB translocation dynamics, and the impact on gene expression, in both cell lines and transgenic animal models. Antony joined The University of Manchester as Senior Experimental Officer at the Transgenic Unit core facility in 2014, and has been Manager at the rebranded Genome Editing Unit since 2018. His roles include the integration and application of CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing to assist in the development of custom experimental models, including novel mouse and cultured cell models, as well as teaching and training users in the application of these cutting-edge techniques, and delivering expert consultation.
The 4 D’s of CRISPR gene editing: Design, Develop, Deliver and Detect