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Cambridge Healthtech Institute will host an online symposium called "microRNA in Cancer."

The event will be held on June 22, and will run between 10 am and 12 pm, Eastern time.

Among those slated to speak during the symposium are University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center researcher George Calin, Asuragen's Anna Szafranska-Schwarzbach, and Stony Brook Medical Center's Jingfang Ju.

Additional details about the event can be found here.

Geospiza will host an online presentation entitled, "Gene Expression Profiling in Cancer Research: from Raw Data to Biological Significance."

The one-hour presentation, which will be made by the Geospiza Vice President Eric Olson, will "provide an overview of the gene expression data analysis process with emphasis on comparison statistics, correction for multiple testing and determining the biological significance of the results," the company said.

Additional details can be found here.

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