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Leveraging computational scale data, studies show that socioeconomic, psychological, and biological factors contribute to immune weathering in young adults, and recent research suggests that violence and other adverse experiences may be affecting biological stress responses in African Americans. Hosted in collaboration with BAA (Being an Ally in Academics).
As part of a two-day engagement, Jackson will join us for a “fireside chat” and Q&A session to answer your questions about her research on the effect of sexual and racial discrimination on human health, her work with the 1,000 African-American Genomes Project, her career path, and more. Hosted in collaboration with BAA (Being an Ally in Academics).
This semester, the GES Write-In will be held on Zoom. Join us Tuesday mornings for all or part of our 10-11:30 session. We'll say 'hi' then settle in for quiet work on our respective projects. Join us from wherever is comfortable for you!
Multi-omic data has been used to create narratives about who we are as humans—are they correct or do they tell a very one-sided story? Hosted in collaboration with BAA (Being an Ally in Academics).