HudsonAlpha hosted a special research seminar Monday in the HudsonAlpha auditorium.
Dr. Michel Georges of the University of Liege presented a talk titled “Mosaicism in WGS data and mutations at the earliest steps of embryonic development.”
Georges is a mammalian geneticist and genomicist with an interest in and extensive contributions to the fields of human and domestic animal genetics and epigenetics. He was awarded the Wolf Prize in Agriculture for his contributions to the development and application of genomics-informed methods for livestock improvement, and has active research programs across several different mammalian genetics disciplines and communities.
The next research seminar on Wednesday, Nov. 30, will feature Dr. Martin Walsh of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
For more information about HudsonAlpha Research Seminars or to view the upcoming schedule, visit hudsonalpha.org/seminars.