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Tracing decision points in the use of race, ethnicity and genetic ancestry as population descriptors in genomics research
Sandra Soo-Jin Lee will discuss an empirical study of the use of population descriptors in precision medicine research and decision points in which investigators substitute and combine race and/or ethnicity and genetic ancestry.
Webinar Series: Navigating the Use of Population Descriptors in Human Genetics and Genomics Research
This series of three educational webinars will highlight scientific and ethical, legal and social implications (ELSI) perspectives on why the appropriate and responsible use of population descriptors matters in genomics research.
CRISPR activation to study splice-altering variants
Thorkild Terkelsen, MD, will discuss the diagnostic application of CRISPR activation to study the functional effect of splice-altering variants in easily accessible cells from individuals.
Industry Insights: Early-Stage Companies and Venture Capital in the Biotech Sector
Hosted by ASHG’s Career Development Committee, join this hour-long webinar and learn all about what goes into building your own business, key roles and responsibilities, becoming an investor in a biotech company, and so much more.
Genetic Technologies and Their Uses
This webinar will cover the role of genetic technologies, how they have advanced over the decades, and what more there is to learn and develop. The presentations will also address how technologies lead to new ways of conducting genetic research.
In vivo correction of human phenylketonuria variants via base and prime editing
Dominique Brooks will discuss pre-clinical data for two therapeutic leads for the treatment of phenylketonuria.
Enhancing Grant Applications through Institutional Shared Research Resources (SRR) Core Laboratories
Real-case-scenario road maps on how to design an experiment that leverages the use of multiple core facilities will be presented. Road maps will encompass the questions a researcher should ask, considerations for experimental design, price models, and how to establish a working relationship that will establish trust, collaboration, and accountability.
Find Your Next Job Opportunity with the ASHG-NHGRI Fellowship Program
Attend this session to learn more about the opportunities available as part of the ASHG-NHGRI Genomics and Public Service Fellowship Program.
An Introduction to ASHG's Shared Interest Groups
Join members of ASHG’s Membership Engagement Committee as they discuss ASHG’s Shared Interest Groups (SIGs); a place where ASHG members can collaborate with peers and discuss topics within these areas: Bioinformatics and Computational Methods, Phenotypes & Genotypes, and Emerging Laboratory Technologies.