Genomics in Medicine
Genomics plays an increasingly large role in 21st century research and clinical practice. Washington University School of Medicine is at the forefront of this evolving field. To continue to meet this challenge, investigators will need comprehensive training in topics related to genomic medicine.
The Genomics in Medicine seminar series offers attendees a practical background in molecular biology and genetics, an introduction to genomics technologies and research, and an understanding of the clinical application of genomics knowledge.
Wednesdays at 4:00 PM
WHO CAN ATTEND?
This lecture series is designed for clinicians and other interested persons, including basic science researchers, students, residents, fellows, post-doctoral scholars, and anyone else who wishes to learn more about these topics from WUSM faculty experts.
HOW CAN I LEARN MORE?
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Students interested in enrolling in the seminar series for credit can earn up to two units of academic credit. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more and register.
Lecture materials are being made available to the Washington University community as part of Becker Library’s institutional repository (access to the lecture materials is restricted to the WUSTL network). Browse the lecture materials here.
This seminar series is a collaboration between the Departments of Genetics, Medicine, Pathology & Immunology, Pediatrics, and Becker Medical Library. The series is sponsored by the Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences, NIH award UL1 TR002345.