CPHG Seminar Series

CPHG Seminar Series

The Center for Public Health Genomics operates two seminar series in both Fall and Spring semesters: the weekly Genome Sciences Seminar Series (GS3), and the semimonthly CPHG Research in Progress (CPHG-RIP)


Genome Sciences Seminar Series (GS3)

Mondays 4-5pm in Jordan 1014
Refreshments will be served at 3:45 pm

Fall 2011 Speaker
Sept 12 Coleen McNamara, MD, University of Virginia
Sept 19 Stephen S. Rich, PhD, University of Virginia
The NHLBI Exome Sequencing Project
Sept 26 Dr Vincent Plagnol, University College London (UCL) Genetics Institute (UGI)
From common to rare: the spectrum of genetic variation in autoimmune and primary immunodeficiency disorders
Oct 3 M. Ilyas Kamboh, PhD, FAHA, University of Pittsburgh
Biology, Epidemiology and Genetics of Alzheimer’s Disease 
Oct 10 No Seminar - Reading Days
Oct 17 Lei Li, PhD, University of Virginia
microRNA-mediated gene networks in Arabidopsis thaliana
Oct 24 James Taylor, PhD, Emory University
Oct 31 David S. Roos, PhD, University of Pennsylvania
What is Systems Biology?  Designing and Mining (Pathogen) Genome Databases
Nov 7 Richard Bonneau, PhD, New York University
Building and exploring the global regulatory network that governs T-cell differentiation and function
Nov 14 Karen Mohlke, PhD, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
After GWAS: functional alleles at type 2 diabetes and lipid loci
Nov 21 No Seminar - Thanksgiving Week
Nov 28 Emilie Rissman, PhD, University of Virginia
Genetic approaches to studies of sex differences in the brain
Dec 5 Douglas Taylor, PhD, University of Virginia
Mutational Processes and the Evolution of the Mitochondrial genome in the plant Genus Silene 

CPHG Research in Progress (CPHG-RIP)

2nd and 4th Mondays, 10-11am, Cancer Center Conference Room, 6th floor West Complex

Fall 2011
Sept 12 Charles Farber
Sept 26 Wei-Min Chen
Oct 10 Keith Keene
Oct 24 Ani Manichaikul
Nov 14 Uma Nayak
Nov 28 Suna Onengut-Gumuscu
 Dec 12 Sharon Teraoka