HG Tuesday Seminar Series

The weekly seminar series showcases cutting-edge research on genetics and genomics by internal and external experts. Seminars are hosted by HG faculty members and Genetics Training Program (GTP) and held on Tuesdays at 3pm (unless otherwise noted).

2020-2021 Human Genetics / Genetics Training Program Seminar Series

9/22/2020            John M. Carethers, M.D., MACP "COVID-19 AND DISPARITIES" (Recording Here)

11/17/2020         Jacob Kitzman, Ph.D.      "Massively Parallel Approaches To Classify Variant Functional Impact In Human Disease Genes"

12/8/2020            Alan Boyle, Ph.D.              "Shaping Chromatin Structure Through Transposable Element Activity" (Recording Here)

12/15/2020         James Turner, Ph.D.        "The evolution of mammalian X-dosage compensation" 

1/19/2021            Brian J. Zikmund-Fisher, Ph.D.    "Want Tests or Wait and See?: Measuring and Interpreting Patients' Medical Maximizing-Minimizing Preferences" (Recording Here)

2/9/2021              Michael Walter, Ph.D.    "Insights in the Molecular Causes of Glaucoma from Studies of Rare Inherited Syndromes"

3/16/2021            Kathrin Plath, Ph.D.         “New Insights into the Regulation of X-Chromosome Dosage Compensation”

3/23/2021            Trudy Mckanna, M.S., LCGC  - SPECIAL ALUMNI EVENT “Don’t wait for the right opportunity. Create it.”

4/6/2021              Jean Crilly, M.S. Title - TBD

4/13/2021            Ian Maze             Icahn School of Medicine Mount Sinai  - Title - TBD

5/4/2021              Tatjana Trcek     Johns Hopkins  - Title - TBD

5/11/2021            Mehul Dattani   Title - TBD

5/18/2021            Gad Getz             Broad  - Title - TBD


Genetics Training Program / CMB Short Course Winter 2021