Benjamin Gomen gave a talk at 2017 Lorne Genome Conference

In February, Corn Lab post-doc Benjamin Gowen traveled to Australia to visit collaborators at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation and  present his research at the 2017 Lorne Genome Conference. His talk was titled “Discovery of an autoimmunity-associated IL2RA enhancer by unbiased targeting of transcriptional activation” and featured work by members of the Corn Lab and Alex Marson’s lab at UCSF.

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