Virtual Event: LSCN + Bio-Techne Festive Lecture & Quiz Featuring Dr. Camilla Pang

Now available on-demand!
Holiday Keynote

Dr. Camilla Pang, prize-winning author, discusses her personal journey through autism and ADHD diagnoses; as well as her desire to challenge myths about neurodiversity. Dr. Pang will also discuss the collaboration she initiated between UCL and Francis Crick Institute on cancer evolution in protein structures, and may even reveal her favorite protein!

Join us to participate in a live virtual Q&A and Festive quiz with Camilla! We will announce the winners and prizes at the closing of the session. 



Camilla Pang, Ph.D.
Computational biologist, award winning author and autism advocate

Dr. Camilla Pang is a computational biologist, writer and autism advocate. She has a PhD in bioinformatics from UCL, and works as a postdoctoral researcher. In 2020 she was awarded the Royal Society Prize for Science Books for her first book Explaining Humans: What Science Can Teach Us about Life, Love and Relationships, the youngest ever winner of this prestigious prize. Camilla is a trustee for the Lightyear Foundation, a charity for special educational needs in STEM, and a voluntary researcher for University College London (UCL), and the Francis Crick Institute studying SARS-CoV-2 and cancer evolution.

This event is proudly co-sponsored by the London Stem Cell Network

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The London Stem Cell Network is an international platform for research groups working across universities and institutes. The LSCN aims to provide a networking platform for the research community through events including workshops on specific stem cell-related areas and annual symposia. The ultimate goal of the LSCN is to highlight the wide breadth of stem cell research performed and facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration.