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New understanding of human genetic variation pose significant scientific, social, ethical challenges. The application of such knowledge to the treatment of disease and to perceptions of community and individuality is developing rapidly in a diverse range of institutional and cultural contexts. The public talks organised by the Anthropology Department at UCL aim to foster interdisciplinary communication across the social and life sciences that can address and examine a topical set of theoretical issues brought about by the changing field of genetic science. The event includes talks from Rayna Rapp, Sergio Pena, Victor Penchaszadeh.For further information please contact Sahra Gibbon s.gibbon@ucl.ac.uk

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Genomics, Identity and Health: Challenges and Opportunities for Interdisciplinary Discussion

New understanding of human genetic variation pose significant scientific, social, ethical challenges. The application of such knowledge to the treatment of disease and to perceptions of community and individuality is developing rapidly in a diverse range of institutional and cultural contexts. The public talks organised by the Anthropology Department at UCL aim to foster interdisciplinary communication across the social and life sciences that can address and examine a topical set of theoretical issues brought about by the changing field of genetic science. The event includes talks from Rayna Rapp, Sergio Pena, Victor Penchaszadeh.For further information please contact Sahra Gibbon s.gibbon@ucl.ac.uk

127 MIN2009 JUL 2
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Genomics, Identity and Health: Challenges and Opportunities for Interdisciplinary Discussion

New understanding of human genetic variation pose significant scientific, social, ethical challenges. The application of such knowledge to the treatment of disease and to perceptions of community and individuality is developing rapidly in a diverse range of institutional and cultural contexts. The public talks organised by the Anthropology Department at UCL aim to foster interdisciplinary communication across the social and life sciences that can address and examine a topical set of theoretical issues brought about by the changing field of genetic science. The event includes talks from Rayna Rapp, Sergio Pena, Victor Penchaszadeh.For further information please contact Sahra Gibbon s.gibbon@ucl.ac.uk

127 MIN2009 JUL 2
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Genomics, Identity and Health: Challenges and Opportunities for Interdisciplinary Discussion
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