An Evening with the Genome Center occurs twice each year, and is intended to engage our community about the impacts that the rapid advances in genomics is having on medicine, food, our world and our society. These free events feature informative and entertaining talks by researchers at the Genome Center.
Most recent talk
The last event occurred October 4th, and featured Assistant Professor Justin Siegel. His presentation is titled:
A Winning Combination: Video Games + Science: A unique strategy for training the next generation of scientists to build novel therapeutics and bio-based products.
His presentation is included below (apologies for the static in the early part of the video, the audio quality improves after the first couple of minutes):
Videos and information from previous talks are also available:
- April 5th 2014: Dr. Ian Korf — Deciphering the Universal Language of DNA
- November 11th 2013: Dr. Savithramma Dinesh-Kumar — Tackling Outbreak of Pandemic Viruses in the Genomics Era
- May 2013: Dr. Pamela Ronald — talk not available
- October 6 2012: Dr. David Segal — Genomics and Public Health
- September 24 2011: Dr. Jonathan Eisen — DNA and the Hidden World of Microbes