Registration is required for this event Register Here NHGRI will host a new seminar series this year on the “Bold Predictions for Human Genomics by 2030” that are described in NHGRI’s
Registration is required for this event
NHGRI will host a new seminar series this year on the “Bold Predictions for Human Genomics by 2030” that are described in NHGRI’s “Strategic Vision for Improving Human Health at the Forefront of Genomics.” The July 12, 2021 seminar will focus on Bold Prediction #6: The regular use of genomic information will have transitioned from boutique to mainstream in all clinical settings, making genomic testing as routine as complete blood counts (CBCs). Dr. Jennifer Posey of Baylor College of Medicine and Dr. Katrina Armstrong of Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School will use this prediction as an aspirational theme for their talks, highlighting their own work in the context of that theme and speculating about the next decade in their areas. The talks will be followed by a moderated question-and-answer session. All seminars will be open to the public and recorded for posting on GenomeTV.
(Monday) 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm