This event is free and open to the public.
This annual flagship event showcases the groundbreaking research being done in CEHG’s 40+ member labs. It will feature keynote speakers Dr. Barbara Koenig (UCSF), Dr. Rasmus Nielsen (UC Berkeley), and Dr. Theodore Porter (UCLA), guest faculty speakers from Stanford and the Bay Area, and CEHG trainee/fellow speakers. Register here by Monday, February 18, 2019!
|9:00AM-10:00AM||Breakfast/ Check In Begins||Free to all CEHG19 attendees in Paul Brest Lobby or Courtyard|
|10:00AM-10:10AM||Opening Remarks by CEHG Director Jonathan Pritchard|
|10:10AM-11:05AM||Keynote Rasmus Nielsen, UC Berkeley Professor of Integrative Biology||Human adaptation and disease|
|11:05AM-11:25AM||Atish Agarwala, Stanford PhD Student in Applied Physics & Current CEHG Fellow||Stabilization of fine-scale host-pathogen diversity by spatiotemporal chaos|
|11:25AM-11:45AM||Laura Bogar, Stanford PhD Student in Biology & Current CEHG Fellow||Dialect or common language? Using gene expression to understand host range in a symbiotic fungus|
|12:00PM-1:00PM||Lunch||Free to all CEHG19 attendees in Paul Brest Lobby or Courtyard|
|1:00PM-1:55PM||Keynote Barbara Koenig, UCSF Professor of Medical Anthropology & Bioethics||Title TBD|
|1:55PM-2:15PM||Fiona Tamburini, Stanford PhD Student in Genetics & Current CEHG Fellow||Gut microbiome signatures of cardiometabolic disease in two South African populations|
|2:15PM-2:35PM||Marinka Zitnik, Stanford Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Computer Science||Evolution of resilience in protein interactomes across the tree of life|
|2:35PM-2:55PM||Kevin Leempoel, Stanford Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Biology||Evaluating faunal diversity with environmental DNA|
|2:55PM-3:30PM||Break||Coffee and snacks provided in Paul Brest Lobby or Courtyard for all attendees|
|3:30PM-3:55PM||Erin Mordecai, Assistant Professor of Biology at Stanford||Nonlinear effects of global environmental change on human infectious disease|
|3:55PM-4:50PM||Keynote Theodore M. Porter, Distinguished Professor of History at UCLA||Genetics in the Madhouse: The Unknown History of Human Heredity|
|4:50PM-5:00PM||Closing Remarks by CEHG Director Marcus Feldman|