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Seminars in Modern Clinical Genetics

Genomic Analyses and Human Disease

Event Details

Monday, March 9, 2020
11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
This series is part of a new basic science elective for medical students directed by Drs. Akihiro Ikeda in the Laboratory of Genetics and David McCulley in the Department of Pediatrics. The goal is to highlight advances in human genomic analysis and how these approaches, in research and clinical practice, can be applied to better understand basic mechanisms of disease, improve diagnostic accuracy and efficiency, and direct precision therapy. Faculty and trainees of all levels are welcome.