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Using human genome variation to study history and cellular function

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Our increasing ability to sequence individual human genomes has opened up many new research opportunities. Here I will talk about some of the progress we have made in population genome sequencing, how we can use current and ancient genome sequences to illuminate human population history and evolution, and how genome association genetics can be applied to study stem cell biology.

This talk is part of the Computational and Systems Biology series.

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