The National Human Genome Research Institute's 1998-1999 Human Genome Lecture Series begins October 15. The nine speakers will focus on genome sequencing, genome architecture, sequence variation, comparative genomics, and issues associated with genetics research in particular populations. All lectures take place from 11:30am - 1:00 pm in the Lipsett Amphitheater, Clinical Center. The schedule follows:
October 15, 1998
Stephen O'Brien, Ph.D.
National Cancer Institute
Comparative Anatomy of the Mammalian Genome
November 19, 1998
Karen Rothenberg, J.D., M.P.A.
University of Maryland School of Law
Genetics Research and the Jewish Community
December 17, 1998
David Cox, M.D., Ph.D.
Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms
January 21, 1999
Evan Eichler, Ph.D.
Case Western Reserve University
Pericentromeric Duplications and the Complex Architecture of the Human Genome
February 18, 1999
Lincoln Stein, Ph.D.
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Web Access to the C. elegans Genome
March 18, 1999
Robert Waterston, M.D., Ph.D.
Sequencing the C. elegans Genome
April 15, 1999
Ira Herskowitz, Ph.D.
University of California, San Francisco
Using the Yeast Genome Sequence to Learn about Biology
May 20, 1999
Gail Geller, Sc.D.
Johns Hopkins University
Involving Children in Genetic Susceptibility Research: Implications for
June 17, 1999
David Schwartz, Ph.D.
New York University
Whole Genome Analysis by Optical Mapping
For more information please contact the Office of Communications, NHGRI, 301-402-0911.
To schedule an appointment with the speaker please contact Lisa Brooks, Ph.D., NHGRI 301-496-7531, email@example.com. CME credit is available.
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