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18November, 2020

The N-Lorem Foundation

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Presenter: Stanley T. Crooke, MD, PhD Ionis Pharmaceuticals Date: February 9th, 2021 Description: The purpose of this presentation is to formally introduce n-Lorem to OTS and to summarize progress since being founded in January 2020. Recording of the webinar: Click play to view ...

19June, 2020

Academia or Industry? A career discussion

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Presenter: Prof. Annemieke Aartsma-Rus, (OTS President; Leiden University Medical Center) and Dr. Shalini Andersson (Chief Scientist New Therapeutic Modalities and Head of Oligonucleotide Discovery, AstraZeneca) Date: July 15, 2020 Description: To start off, Prof. Annemieke Aartsma-Rus (OTS President; Leiden University Medical Center) and Dr. Shalini Andersson (Chief Scientist New ...

5June, 2020

Time matters! – Why PK/PD is important for oligo development

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Presenter: Carl Amilon (AstraZeneca) Date: June 10, 2020 Description: This webinar will give an overview of how incorporating quantitative PK/PD aspects of an oligonucleotide will help you designing more informative experiments and help in translating to a human. We have all struggled with questions around the expectations of a study outcome ...

1April, 2020

Safety of Therapeutic Oligonucleotides

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Presenter: Patrik Andersson (AstraZeneca) Date: May 13, 2020 Description: Successful therapeutics need to be efficacious and safe. Although oligonucleotide therapeutics act via unique mechanisms, they follow the same principles for safety assessment as other modalities. This webinar will give an overview of these principles and what needs to be considered from ...

11December, 2019

Delivery of Macromolecular Therapeutics: Tackling a Billion Year Old Barrier

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Presenter: Steven Dowdy (UCSD School of Medicine) Date: December 17, 2019 Description: All macromolecular therapeutics, including ASOs, siRNAs, peptides, proteins, CRISPR, mRNA and non-viral DNA vectors, are taken up into cells by endocytosis. However, <1% to none of the endocytosed therapeutic cargo escapes into the cytoplasm and nucleus of the cell. ...

20November, 2019

Circular RNA Immunity

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Presenter: Grace Chen (Yale School of Medicine) Date: March 25, 2020 Description: Circular RNAs are a newly appreciated class of ubiquitous and abundant RNAs. In the webinar, we will cover biological and chemical approaches to synthesize circular RNAs, how cells distinguish between endogenous and foreign circular RNAs, and properties of circular RNAs ...

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