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Tue 10/27/2020 to Sat 10/31/2020
Human Genetics Conference
American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting (in San Diego) Human Genetics Conference
American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting (in San Diego)
Tue 10/27/2020 to Sat 10/31/2020


Each fall, students and faculty of Pitt's Department of Human Genetics join leading scientists from around the world for the American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, the world’s largest gathering of human genetics professionals. Don't miss the special Pitt Human Genetics reunion reception.


Tue 10/19/2021 to Sat 10/23/2021
Human Genetics Conference
American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting (in Montreal) Human Genetics Conference
American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting (in Montreal)
Tue 10/19/2021 to Sat 10/23/2021


Each fall, students and faculty of Pitt's Department of Human Genetics join leading scientists from around the world for the American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, the world’s largest gathering of human genetics professionals. Don't miss the special Pitt Human Genetics reunion reception.


Wed 10/19/2022 to Sun 10/23/2022
Human Genetics Conference
American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting (in Houston) Human Genetics Conference
American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting (in Houston)
Wed 10/19/2022 to Sun 10/23/2022


Each fall, students and faculty of Pitt's Department of Human Genetics join leading scientists from around the world for the American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, the world’s largest gathering of human genetics professionals. Don't miss the special Pitt Human Genetics reunion reception.


Wed 10/19/2022 to Sun 10/23/2022
Human Genetics Conference
American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting (in Houston) Human Genetics Conference
American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting (in Houston)
Wed 10/19/2022 to Sun 10/23/2022


Each fall, students and faculty of Pitt's Department of Human Genetics join leading scientists from around the world for the American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, the world’s largest gathering of human genetics professionals. Don't miss the special Pitt Human Genetics reunion reception.


Recent Events

Human Genetics Journal Club

HuGen Journal Club: Megan Eshbach - tba

Friday 2/12 4:00PM - 5:00PM

A215 Crabtree Hall

Questions/Comments: Please contact Candy Kammerer (cmk3@pitt.edu)


TOPIC/ABSTRACT
Megan Eshbach - tba




The Human Genetics Journal Club meets weekly on Fridays, from 4-5pm in A215 Crabtree Hall. Journal club starts promptly at 4:00, and discussion is cut off at 5:00 (or moved to a more appropriate after-5:00 venue).  Students who are taking journal club for credit should see Courseweb for a full syllabus and assignments.

SCHEDULE EXCEPTIONS - SPRING 2016

March 4  - No Journal Club - Friday before Spring Break

March 11 -  No Journal Club - Spring Break

April 15  - Only for students in the courseCVs & IBDs


Journal Club "Rules and Regulations"

  • The goal of journal club is to provide an informal venue for scientific interaction in the Department of Human Genetics.  
  • Students are advised to get advice from a faculty member when choosing a paper to present. The ideal journal club article is something that is of both scientific importance and general interest.
  • Let the faculty facilitator (Candy Kammerer) know what your choice is 2 weeks before your presentation so that the link can be posted on the web site.
  • IF YOU NEED TO CANCEL OR RESCHEDULE a presentation, it is YOUR responsibility to find a substitute.
  • Please let the faculty facilitator know if you need a laptop or other media needs.
  • Presentations should begin with an introduction to the general topic area and what is interesting or important about the work being presented. Try to explain key concepts and definitions. Do not assume everyone in the audience is an expert or that everyone in the audience has read the paper.






The Human Genetics Journal Club meets weekly on Fridays, from 4-5pm in A215 Crabtree Hall. Journal club starts promptly at 4:00, and discussion is cut off at 5:00 (or moved to a more appropriate after-5:00 venue).  Students who are taking journal club for credit should see Courseweb for a full syllabus and assignments.

SCHEDULE EXCEPTIONS - SPRING 2016

March 4  - No Journal Club - Friday before Spring Break

March 11 -  No Journal Club - Spring Break

April 15  - Only for students in the courseCVs & IBDs


Journal Club "Rules and Regulations"

  • The goal of journal club is to provide an informal venue for scientific interaction in the Department of Human Genetics.  
  • Students are advised to get advice from a faculty member when choosing a paper to present. The ideal journal club article is something that is of both scientific importance and general interest.
  • Let the faculty facilitator (Candy Kammerer) know what your choice is 2 weeks before your presentation so that the link can be posted on the web site.
  • IF YOU NEED TO CANCEL OR RESCHEDULE a presentation, it is YOUR responsibility to find a substitute.
  • Please let the faculty facilitator know if you need a laptop or other media needs.
  • Presentations should begin with an introduction to the general topic area and what is interesting or important about the work being presented. Try to explain key concepts and definitions. Do not assume everyone in the audience is an expert or that everyone in the audience has read the paper.


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