Education: Six Weeks to Genomic Awareness

Around 6 hours of streaming lectures entitled, "Six Weeks to Genomics Awareness" are available here.  This lecture series was created by the University of Michigan Center for Genomics and Public Health and other collaborators.

Here are the lecture topics:
Module 1, Introduction to Genomics, Part 1: The Human Genome
Module 1, Introduction to Genomics, Part 2: Genes in Their Cellular Context
Module 1, Introduction to Genomics, Part 3: Genetic Mutation
Module 1, Introduction to Genomics, Part 4: Pedigree Analysis
Module 2, Genes in Populations, Part 1: Population Genetic Perspectives
Module 2, Genes in Populations, Part 2: Genotype-Phenotype Relationships
Module 3, Genetic Testing, Part 1: What is Genetic Testing?
Module 3, Genetic Testing, Part 2: The Challenges
Module 4, Gene-Environment Interactions, Part 1: Definitions and Examples
Module 4, Gene-Environment Interactions, Part 2: Pharmacogenetics
Module 5: Ethical, Legal and Social Issues
Module 6: An Overview ofState and National Resources

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