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Genomics Lite: Human Genetic Variation in the Lab with Campus Researchers

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Exploring how Human Genetic Variation is researched in the lab.

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We’ll be joined by Menna Ghouraba, an Advanced Research Assistant researching human disease and drug development, and Dr Katie Burnham, a Postdoctorate Fellow studying genetic variations linked to the immune response, and discussing how they research genetic variation in the lab.

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About Genomics Lite: Human Genetic Variation Series

Genomics Lite is a programme of live webinars to inspire and engage upper secondary school students, teachers and other educational groups. Each series will explore a different field in biology, and how genomics research contributes to understanding in the field.

In this Human Genetic Variation series, we’ll be exploring how genetic variation arises, what it means for populations, and how it affects our health and contributes to medical knowledge. Each session will explore a different aspect of Human Genetic Variation and provide the opportunity to hear about cutting edge research and ask questions to scientists working in the field.

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