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William Cresko: “What Genomics Means for our Past, Present and Future”

 

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William Cresko of the University of Oregon speaks on “What genomics means for our past, present and future” in 282 Lillis Business Complex.

William Cresko is an Assistant Professor of Biology and member of the Center for Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Oregon. He studies evolution in natural populations of organisms, most often the threespine stickleback fish. His lab is uncovering the genetic variation that contributes to natural variation in traits such as bones and cartilage development using novel genomic approaches that he and collaborators developed at the University of Oregon.


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