HudsonAlpha is coming to your library this summer!
Look for educators from HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology at area public libraries this summer for hands-on activities designed for elementary students.
Find us at these dates and locations:
Join us to celebrate this year’s HudsonAlpha BioTrain Interns!
The HudsonAlpha BioTrain Internship program offers students the opportunity to connect classwork with real‐world job experience and gain skills and knowledge that will prepare them for careers in biotechnology and related fields. On their final day in the program, students present posters that explain the work they accomplished during their internship at HudsonAlpha. Please show your support for this year’s HudsonAlpha BioTrain interns!
Attention middle school Life Science teachers:
Registration for Middle School GPS, a new professional development opportunity offered through HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, will open in July.
Middle School GPS (Genetics Performance Standards) is a one-day workshop that will help teachers navigate the genetics components of the 7th grade Life Science course of study. During the workshop, educators will practice utilizing models, cutting edge genomics research and pedagogical strategies to bring real-world genetics content to their classrooms. At the end of the workshop, teachers will leave with eight hours of professional learning as well as digital resources and kits to take back to their classroom.
Plan to attend Middle School GPS this year!
Huntsville – September 19, 2017
Mobile – October 2017
Auburn – January 30, 2018
Pelham – February 2018
Biotech 101 Registration Opening Soon
Registration for the public seminar series Biotech 101 opens at 9 am on Wednesday, July 12. Space fills quickly so mark your calendar!
Each session will be held from 6:30 to 8 pm.
Coming soon: Registration for the 2017 Genomic Medicine Conference
Save the date: March 26-28
The Genomic Medicine Conference: Empowering Personal Health focuses on advancing knowledge in the field of genomic medicine in a clinical care setting. The interdisciplinary and international program is designed to educate a broad audience – including clinicians and scientists as well as members of the general public – about clinical whole genome sequencing (WGS) and how genomic medicine is increasingly being integrated into clinical care.