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The 2021 meeting will take a different format, but offer the high quality educational content you know from previous meetings. Join your peers and experience the best experience in genetics and genomics.
Population geneticist, bioinformatician, STEAM-activist, educator, motivational speaker and podcaster, Dr. Janina M. Jeff is the first African American to graduate with a PhD in Human Genetics from Vanderbilt University.April 15 at 11 am ET - TED-Style Talk
A pioneer in the field of human social genomics, Steve Cole serves as Director of the UCLA Social Genomics Core Laboratory and is a researcher at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.April 15 at 11 am ET - TED-Style Talk
An internationally recognized expert on emerging infections, global health, surveillance systems and vaccinations, Dr. Rimoin’s pioneering work has focused on the emergence of infectious disease in populations living at the intersection of animal-human contact.April 14 at 10 am ET - Scientific Plenary
Over the past 25 years, Dr. Casanova’s discoveries have provided compelling evidence that life-threatening infectious diseases can be caused by monogenic inborn errors of immunity. He is HHMI investigator at Rockefeller University.April 16 at 3 pm ET - R. Rodney Howell Symposium
Professor Turnbull’s research spans statistical, population and public-health related analyses of genetic Cancer susceptibility and implementation of expanded genomic testing. She is Professor of Translational Cancer Genetics at the Institute of Cancer Research, London.April 15 at 10 am ET - Featured Platform