Midsummer Nights' Science 2013: Unweaving the circuitry of human disease

Wednesday, July 24 2013
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Location: Broad Institute, 7 Cambridge Center, Kendall Square

Midsummer Nights' Science 2013:

Unweaving the circuitry of human disease

Manolis Kellis

Countless regions of the human genome have been mapped by genetic studies in recent years. Manolis Kellis will discuss these efforts to build high-resolution activity maps of gene and regulatory regions across hundreds of cell types. These maps are bringing the genome to life, revealing possible culprits in human disease, and revealing the circuitry likely responsible when the genome’s regulatory system goes wrong. Understanding these mechanisms is essential to the development of effective therapeutics.

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