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Precision medicine: From the clinic to the lab, and back again - An Integrated Context Lecture

Explore how understanding the structure and function of proteins can help treat disease. MD and Research Professor Kurt Krause will share his personal experience in the treatment of HIV; from his clinical days when there were limited options to treat HIV to current, effective treatments that are precisely matched to each patient. We will also consider how the HIV experience influenced trial treatments for COVID-19.

This lecture is part of the Integrated Context Lecture Series.

The Health Sciences First Year (HSFY) programme includes a series of exciting new lectures that bring together content from across the HSFY papers and apply it in cutting-edge health-based scenarios.

Presenting teams showcase the research expertise and professional courses at the University of Otago. These entertaining and informative lectures will have limited seats available to the public.

The Quadrangle Lecture Theatres are in the Geology building, which is located in the north-west region of the University of Otago's Dunedin campus, adjacent to the Clocktower (Registry) Building.

Registrations are required and will open soon.

Find out more about this public lecture series

Date Thursday, 26 August 2021
Time 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Audience Public,All University,Alumni
Event Category Health Sciences
Event Type Public Lecture
CampusDunedin
LocationQuad 2 Lecture Theatre,
University of Otago
North Dunedin
CostFree
Contact NameDr Annika Bokor
Contact Phone+64 3 479 5628
Contact Emailannika.bokor@otago.ac.nz

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