Current Topics in Genome Research was developed to address the rapid advances in genomics and the ever-growing accomplishments of the Human Genome Project. The series consists of 14 sessions on successive Tuesdays, with a mixture of local and outside speakers, and was designed to cover the major areas of genomics. Each lecture provides practical information suitable for a diverse audience.
Dennis Drayna, Ph.D. (NIDCD, NIH)
Special Expert, Section on Genetics of Human Communication,
Laboratory of Molecular Biology
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