Culturally Informed Genomics

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In this episode, host Eli Roberson, PhD interviews Katrina Claw, PhD, an assistant professor at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Dr. Claw shares her career, focused on research in genomics and pharmacogenomics, with an emphasis on underrepresented populations. She also delves into her community-based research approach and addresses the cultural, ethical, legal, and social aspects of genomic research. The episode explores Dr. Claw’s involvement in initiatives like the Summer Internship for Indigenous Peoples in Genomics Consortium and the PRIME program, which aims to mentor early-career indigenous faculty.


Culturally Informed Genomics
Open to listen to or download MP3 audio.  |  30 minutes
Open to listen to or download MP3 audio.  |  30 minutes Episode 3 of Genetically Speaking's Season 3, "Voices in Genomics" with Katrina Claw, PhD.