The 4th Annual Neuroscience R&D Technologies Conference held on October 4-5 in Munich, Germany focussed on discussing the latest technologies in the preclinical, translational neuroscience space and also drew the attention of the audience towards new innovations happening in translational neuroscience imaging.
Horizon staff exhibited at this event.
Horizon's Dr Jochen Hartner presented 'Introduction to Horizon Discovery and to gene editing and modulation technologies'.
Before joining Horizon in 2016, Jochen headed the Scientific Project Management of Custom Transgenic Animal Model Generation at Taconic Biosciences. During is postdoctoral training with Dr. Stuart H. Orkin at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Dr. Hartner studied the physiological roles of posttranscriptional gene regulation by RNA editing and microRNA in the hematopoietic system. In his doctoral work with Dr. Peter H. Seeburg at the Max-Planck Institute for Medical Research, Dr. Hartner investigated the in-vivo roles of RNA editing enzymes in the mouse brain and embryo.