The Genomic Sciences Exchange Group (Gene-EG) is a North Carolina Biotechnology Center Exchange Group that meets at the North Carolina Research Campus (NCRC). The primary goal of this group is to enhance collaboration and communication between local genomic scientists at the NCRC and those at various academic, commercial and government institutions throughout the state and country. Gene-EG hosts free, hour-long lectures on scientific ideas, new directions and data analysis techniques from a wide range of genomics research. All are welcome to attend.
March 9, 2017
Medicinal Genomics: Exploring the diversity of iridoid compounds in blueberry for human health benefits
Courtney Leisner, Ph.D., Michigan State University
DHMRI 4th Floor Training Room
April 6, 2017
Ann Thor, M.D., University of Colorado
May 4, 2017
Michael C. Campbell, Ph.D., Howard University
The Genomic Sciences Exchange Group is funded in part by the North Carolina Biotechnology Center to support ongoing collaborative genomics research in the Greater Charlotte region.