ADSC researchers present at the T21RS conference

Come see our work at the international Down Syndrome meeting
T21 Research Society, Barcelona 6-9 June, 2019

The biennial Trisomy 21 Research Society International Conference is the premier scientific meeting for Down syndrome research, attracting basic and clinical scientists and practitioners from around the world. Four researchers from the ADSC will be presenting their work at this conference. If you are attending in Barcelona, please come visit us!

Friday, June 7, 12 pm

  • Talk, Dr. Hiruy Meharena (Tsai lab): “Consequences of trisomy 21 on the epigenome of different iPSC-derived cell types of the brain”

Friday, June 7, 4-6pm 

  • Poster, John Replogle (Amon lab): “A CRISPR Screen to Identify Mutations that Relieve the Slow Growth of Trisomy 21 Cells “

    Poster #: PO107

Saturday June 8, 8:30 am 

  • Plenary Lecture, Dr. Li-Huei Tsai: “Alzheimer’s disease mechanisms and therapeutics”

    (also, come meet her at the “Meet the Experts” session at 7 pm)

Sunday, June 9, 11 am 

  • Short Talk, Becca Silberman (Amon lab): “Using Single-Cell Sequencing to Assess DNA Damage in Trisomy 21 Blood”

    (or, visit her poster PO106 on Friday, 4-6 pm)

Full conference details can be found here: