Genome Sciences Seminar Series

The Genome Sciences Hub integrates basic science and clinical faculty across OHSU who work in disciplines of genetics and genomics, epigenetics, rare disease genetics, genome technologies and computational biology, stem cell and developmental biology, cancer genetics, and gene therapy. Faculty within the Hub apply multidisciplinary approaches, including single gene and single cell technologies, gene therapies, transcriptional pathway and whole genome analyses, and animal models of disease.

The interdisciplinary nature of this Hub is based on the combined basic science and clinical composition of the Department of Molecular & Medical Genetics that will cultivate interactions between the basic sciences and the clinical researchers and practitioners. The goals of the Genome Sciences Seminar Series are to facilitate interactions among faculty and trainees and to provide an opportunity to expand breadth and depth of knowledge in a variety of Genetic research areas that both complement and expand attendees areas of research focus. The Genome Sciences seminar will host 4 to 5 outside speakers for the benefit of the entire OHSU science community. We will also host OHSU faculty and trainees or students and postdoctoral fellows throughout the year. The seminar series is  on Mondays from 12:00-1:00 pm virtually via Live Stream for the 2020-21 academic year.

Mondays at 12pm
Streaming online via Webex
Email for links

Genome Sciences Seminar Series Flyer  3.16.2021