TRGN 599: Guest Lecturers

Wednesday, April 21 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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Virtual Event

January 22 Vence L. Bonham, J.D. – National Institutes of Health

“Moving Beyond the Social Construct of Race in Genomics Research”

January 27 David Craig, PhDUniversity of Southern California

“1000 Genomes: Defining Global Genetic Ancestry”

January 29 Charles Rotimi, PhD - National Institutes of Health

“Genetic Ancestry in African Populations”

February 3 Esteban González Burchard, MD, MPH - University of California, San Francisco

“Genetic Ancestry and Complex Human Diseases”

February 5 Rick Kittles, PhD – City of Hope

“African Ancestry and Inherited Disease”

February 10 Timothy R. Rebbeck, PhD – Harvard

“Genetic Ancestry and Cancer Genomics”

February 12 Christopher Haiman, ScDUniversity of Southern California

“Genetic Ancestry and Prostate Cancer”

February 17 Franklin W. Huang, MD, PhD - UCSF

“Genomics of prostate cancer in African Americans”

February 19 Zarko Manojlovic, PhD – University of Southern California

“Genomics of Multiple Myeloma in African Americans”

February 24 Clayton C. Yates, PhD - Tuskegee University

“African Ancestry in Triple Negative Breast Cancer”

February 26 Wendy Cozen, DO, MPH – University of California, Irvine

“Genetics of Multiple Myeloma in African Americans”

March 3 Jun J. Yang, PhD – St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

“Population Diversity and Risk of Leukemia Treatment Outcomes”

March 5 Nathan A. Ellis, PhD - University of Arizona Cancer Center

“Genetic diversity and colorectal cancer”

March 10 Folakemi T. Odedina, PhD - University of Florida

“Genetic Diversity in Africa and Caner Disparities”

March 17 Melissa Davis, PhD - Weill Cornell Medicine 

“Duffy allele, Ancestry, and breast cancer”

March 19 Laura Fejerman, MSc, PhD – UC Davis

“Genetics of cancer in Latin Americans”

March 24 Kevin L. Gardner, MD, PhD – Columbia University

“Breast cancer disparities”

March 26 TBD

March 31 Chanita Hughes-Halbert, MS, PhD – Medical University of South Carolina

“Vitamin D and Allostatic Load”

April 2 TBD

April 9 Altovise T. Ewing, PhD, LCGC - Genentech

“Genetics, Ancestry, and Disease Risk – An Industry Perspective”

April 14 Veronica Wendy Setiawan, PhD - University of Southern California

“Genetic Diversity and Pancreatic Cancer”

April 16 Victoria L. Seewaldt MD – City of Hope

“Diversity and breast cancer”

April 21 Brid M. Ryan, PhD, MPH - National Institutes of Health

“Genetic Ancestry, Biology, and Lung Cancer in African Americans”

Event Type

Lecture / Talk / Workshop

Audience

Students, Alumni, Faculty/Staff

Campus

Health Sciences Campus

Tags

academics

Department
Keck School of Medicine
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