8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Reception
Stanford Center for Genomics and Personalized Medicine Symposium
Rescheduled from April 17, 2020
This symposium is a one-day by invitation only event and draws about 270 researchers at Stanford and is heavily attended by PI's. The format features keynotes, as well as faculty, student and postdoctoral trainee talks. The event is a lot of fun and presents cutting edge genomics and has ample time for informal interactions. NOT OPEN TO GENERAL PUBLIC. STANFORD UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY AND SPONSORS ONLY. Registration: https://stanfordscgpm2020.eventbrite.com
2400 Sand Hill Road #204
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Quadrus Convention Center2400 Sand Hill Road #204
Menlo Park CA, 94025
Nancy Cox is a quantitative human geneticist with a long-standing research program
in identifying and characterizing the genetic component to
common human diseases; current research is focused on large-scale
integration of genomic with other "-omics" data
as well as biobank and electronic medical records data.
Ed Green is a biomolecular engineer at the Jack Baskin School of Engineering.
He works in the Paleogenomics Lab studying molecular evolution
from a paloeo perspective with a focus on ancient DNA, conservation genomics,
and genomics and molecular evolution.