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June 9, 2015
Discover Auditorium, BioPark II, 801 W Baltimore St, 1st floor

Please join us for this half-day symposium that will explore how the tools and techniques of genomics, transcriptomics, and metagenomics are being used right now to answer important questions in human health and disease. Faculty members from within the Institute for Genome Sciences will present an introduction to ‘omics techniques followed by focus talks highlighting their current research in this area.

Presenters and Topics:
Michelle Giglio, Assistant Professor, ‘Omics Applications and Analysis
David Rasko, Associate Professor, Genomics of Bacterial Pathogens
Joana Silva, Assistant Professor, Genomics of Parasites
Julie Dunning Hotopp, Associate Professor, Genomics of Bacteria-Cancer Interactions
Timothy O’Conner, Assistant Professor, Human Variants and Disease Disparity

On-Campus Symposium hosted by the IGS Genome Center for Infectious Disease and the IGS Professional Development Program

RSVP & Questions:
This is a free event but we ask people to RSVP so that we know how many people to expect. Please contact Renee Nathaniel, Administrative Coordinator, to RSVP or with any questions,

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