Anselm Enders presents CPI at International Symposium in Korea
Anselm Enders, a chief investigator in the Centre for Personalised Immunology discussed the work and direction of the centre at an international meeting held in Yeosu, Korea.
The meeting gave an opportunity for Anselm and Executive Officer Ed Bertram to meet the Director of the new Jackson Laboratory of Genomic Medicine, Professor Charles Lee and discuss opportunities for future collaboration. This new facility has been built to lead the advance of translational genomics with the use of model organisms in the USA. It will open in October and covers 189,000 square-feet of space and 300 scientists on the University of Connecticut health campus. At the meeting Professor Lee discussed the joint cancer genomics project between Seoul National University and his centre that has received $7.5M over 5 years from the South Korean government.
L-R: Stephen Daley (JCSMR, ANU), Stephen Murray (Jackson Labs), Anselm Enders (Chief Investigator, CPI), Charles Lee (Director, Jackson Laboratory of Genomic Medicine), Edward Bertram (Executive Officer, CPI), Je Kyung Seong (Seoul National University).