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Dr Hardip Patel – Australian National University

23/09/2024 11:00 am - 23/09/2024 12:00 pm
Location
Davis Auditorium

Postgraduate Seminar Series – Computational Biology Theme hosted by Andrew Keniry, Nadia Davidson, Haloom Rafehi

 

Dr Hardip Patel

Bioinformatics Lead – National Centre for Indigenous Genomics, John Curtin School of Medical Research – Australian National University

 

National Centre for Indigenous Genomics creating population variation maps and telomere-2-telomere reference genomes for enabling equitable healthcare for all

 

Davis Auditorium

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Including Q&A session

 

Dr Patel is a genomics and bioinformatics expert with over 55 co-authored publications encompassing topics in genome assembly, comparative genomics, molecular biology and genetics of human health and diseases. As Bioinformatics Lead for the National Centre for Indigenous Genomics, Dr Patel leads the construction of telomere-2-telomere reference genomes and population variation maps for Indigenous Australians.

 

His research focuses on improving our understanding of the evolutionary mode and tempo of complex structural variations in the human genome and their implications for human health.

 

All welcome!

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