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Special thanks to our photographers, Saul Bromberger and Sandra Hoover Photography, Deneb Semprum Photography, and Katie Kanagawa, for the images on this page. 

The CEHG Arts Workgroup is an academic and professional training group that was created to explore interdisciplinary avenues in the arts and sciences. Trainee members focus on building the communication, presentation and social skills needed when pursuing scientific careers and research.
Hosted by CEHG, the PCG aims to develop technology and resources to provide immediate and direct assistance to conservationists in the field. PCG scientists believe that the data we help generate will also be incredibly valuable for the generation and testing of evolutionary hypotheses in diverse and wild populations.

In the Evolgenome seminar series, speakers from both inside and outside of Stanford University present their work related to Center topics. Did you miss any talks during the 2015-16 school year? Follow the link to see if they are available via Stanford youtube.

The Center is committed to providing funding to graduate student, postdoctoral, trainee, and faculty scholars pursuing research projects in the fields of computational, evolutionary and human genomics.
CEHG has started a new middle-school science education outreach program in order to inspire and educate the next generation of interdisciplinary computational, evolutionary and human geneticists and to contribute to greater diversity in STEM fields.
Read about the 2017 Stanford One Health Symposium, hosted by CEHG, which will be focused on Comparative Oncology. Agenda details, speaker bios, links to past One Health conference sites, and more are just a click away!