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Understanding Genetic Screens

Event Type
Informational
Sponsor
Illinois Extension and Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Institute
Virtual
wifi event
Date
Nov 10, 2021   12:00 - 1:00 pm  
Registration
Register for Zoom details
Contact
Emily Harmon
E-Mail
ebaine@illinois.edu
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Originating Calendar
IHSI Events

Genetic screening is one of the most powerful tools used in biological sciences, allowing researchers to learn more about genetic interactions and risk factors. Outside of the lab, genetic screening has transformed the way some diseases, including certain cancers, are treated. Join Sneha Das, M.Sc., as she discusses how genetic screening works, unpacks some of the latest research, and highlights how this tool is helping researchers and clinicians better understand and treat diseases.

 

This is part 6 of 7 sessions in the free, online Autumn Health Picks webinar series brought to you by Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Institute and University of Illinois Extension. These sessions are designed to educate individuals on a variety of health topics. Pick and choose programs based on your interests. 

 

Webinar participation is free, but registration is required. One may register for any or all of the sessions held on Wednesday afternoons from noon-1:00 p.m. CT. Details about accessing the webinars will be provided after registration.


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