The Education and Community Involvement Branch within the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) is offering its annual NHGRI Short Course in Genomics from August 1 - August 3, 2016.
This year's course is for K-12 faculty members teaching genetics, biology or related science courses.
See also the Nurse, Physician Assistant and Faculty Track offered by NHGRI's Genomic Healthcare Branch at www.genome.gov/ShortCourse/HealthProfessionals.
NHGRI Short Course in Genomics
The NHGRI Short Course in Genomics, held on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) campus in Bethesda, Maryland, offers faculty the opportunity to hear lectures and receive teaching resources from leading NHGRI and NIH researchers, clinicians, and staff, to discuss ways to incorporate genomics content into their classrooms and to participate in tours of NIH facilities.
Topics range from undiagnosed and rare diseases, cancer genomics, ethical issues in genomics research, and health disparities, among others. Participants will also have the opportunity to tailor their experiences based on offered elective sessions.
The application period for the 2016 NHGRI Short Course in Genomics for K-12 faculty and the Nurse, Physician Assistant and Faculty Track is closed.
For more information on this year's course, contact:
For K-12 Faculty
For Community College Faculty
2016 NHGRI Short Course in Genomics Proposed Topics and Speakers
Race, Racism, and Health Disparities: Vence Bonham, J.D.
Cancer Genomics: Lawrence Brody, Ph.D.
Undiagnosed Diseases Program: Bill Gahl, M.D., Ph.D.
Brain and Behavior: Philip Shaw, Ph.D.
Human Microbiome Project: Lita Proctor, Ph.D.
Precision Medicine: Eric Green, MD, Ph.D.
Last Updated: May 23, 2016