HuGen’s Minster heads to Accra, Ghana for consortium on human heredity and health in Africa


Assistant Professor Ryan Minster (HUGEN ’11) is attending the 14th Meeting of the H3Africa (Human Heredity and Health in Africa) Consortium in Accra, Ghana. H3Africa facilitates fundamental research into diseases on the African continent while also developing infrastructure, resources, training, and ethical guidelines to support a sustainable African research enterprise—led by African scientists, for the African people. Minster is heading the bioinformatics core for a subproject examining the genetic factors involved in organ damage with participants with sickle cell disease.


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