The Scientifically Speaking series is a twice-yearly virtual event featuring JAX leaders and scientists on the cutting edge of research. The series highlights our distinctive combination of research, education and resources and our role in empowering the biomedical community to improve a range of human health challenges including cancer, rare diseases, Alzheimer’s disease, aging and more.
All are welcome to attend!
Our series launches with two up-and-coming JAX scientists in a "fireside chat" moderated by Professor, Jeffrey Chuang, Ph.D.
Brittany Angarola, Ph.D., and Aaron Taylor, Ph.D., are postdoctoral associates pursuing cancer research at JAX. Angarola studies the impact of age-related changes on breast cancer development and progression. Taylor is collecting genomic and epigenomic data from pediatric brain and bone cancers that he hopes will help discover better therapeutic targets for children suffering from cancer.
Emcee: Brittany Sandefur, M.S.W., Director of Major Gifts.
Wednesday, November 8, 2023
2:00-3:00 p.m. ET