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May 2 2017 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty
This article features CEHG-funded research, our Co-Founding Director Marcus Feldman, and community members Oren Kolodny and Nicole Creanza.  "Something odd happened in the transition from the Middle to the Upper Paleolithic, around 50,000 years ago. Modern humans and their immediate ancestors had...
Apr 18 2017
Namaste! Stanford Center for Evolutionary and Human Genetics (CEHG) is organizing a one-day educational workshop designed to educate middle and high school students and their parents about careers in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and design (STEMD). This event, being...
Apr 17 2017 | El Estoque
On April 17, Stanford postdoctoral researcher and CEHG Outreach volunteer Katharine (Katie) Grabek visited the Science Honor Society at Monta Vista High School in Cupertino, CA, in order to discuss her background in computational biology and her current work in genetics on the hibernation cycles of...
"I was in high school when the human genome made it to front pages of newspapers around the world. Unlocking our genetic code had taken $2.7 billion and close to 15 years to finish. That was 2001. Today, it costs only about $1,000 to sequence a whole genome — a dollar figure low enough for personal...
Aug 9 2016
Joint UCLA & Stanford Statistical Genetics Course and Programming Workshop Monday, August 22 - Friday, August 26 at Stanford Alumni Center on Stanford campus.  Hosted by the Stanford Center for Computational, Evolutionary, and Human Genomics (CEHG) For more information email statgene@mednet....

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