Dr. Jack W. Szostak, Professor of Genetics, Harvard Medical School, Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University. Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Distinguished Investigator, Masschusetts General Hospital.
2009 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine.
Title: The Origin of Cellular Life
photo by Li Huang
YOU MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE TO ATTEND THE SYMPOSIUM: DINNER RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED
For those who would like to join us for dinner, register by noon, Thursday,
February 2nd, using Eventbrite.
Cost: Members, $30; Non-members, $35; Retirees, $20; Students, $10. Dinner reservations not cancelled at least 24 hours in advance must be paid.
If you wish to join us for this meeting and not eat dinner, please register by noon, Thursday, February 5, using the Eventbrite link above.
New members or those seeking additional information, contact the NESACS administrative coordinator, Anna Singer, at email@example.com or at (781) 272-1966 during regular business hours only.
Please note: the office is open on a part-time basis only
Directions to NIBR:
Directions: From the Massachusetts Turnpike: Take exit 18 toward Brighton/Cambridge. Keep right at the fork to continue toward Cambridge St and merge onto Cambridge St. Continue onto River St/River St Bridge. Continue to follow River St. for 0.8 mi to Central Square. Turn right at Massachusetts Ave. Destination will be on the right 0.5 mi.
Parking: Shaw’s (Star) Supermarket parking garage, using the entrance on Franklin or Green Streets.
By Public Transportation: Take the MBTA Red line to the Central Square stop and proceed to 250 Massachusetts Ave