Center for Integrative Genomics Advanced Research Seminar—CIGars
The Center for Integrative Genomics (CIG) holds monthly advanced research seminars (CIGars) with two presentations given by graduate students and post-docs. Each presentation is approximately 25 minutes with 5 minutes for questions. These talks are directed to graduate students and post-docs but are open to anyone who is interested in the topics.
“Differences in disease burdens across human populations are governed more by neutral evolution than by recent polygenic selection”
Ujani Harza Ph.D. Graduate Student, Bioinformatics – Joe Lachance, Ph.D., Advisor Georgia Tech
“The evolutionary fate of Neanderthal introgression in recently admixed African-American genomes“
Aaron Pfennig Ph.D. Graduate Student, Quantitative Biosciences – Joe Lachance, Ph.D., Advisor Georgia Tech
This is a great opportunity to:
– Improve your presentation skills as a speaker
– Communicate science, research, and technology to an audience with diverse backgrounds
– Practice giving your talk for an upcoming conference, thesis defense, or qualifying oral exams
– Enjoy free lunch and hear about a wide range of work happening in the local bioscience community
Wednesday, September 27, 2023
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Engineered Biosystems Building (EBB), CHOA Seminar Room, 950 Atlantic Drive NW, Atlanta, GA
This event is an in-person event only.
Stefanie Boettle – event inquiries