Who are we?
Sponsored by Lawrence Berkeley
National Laboratory's Human Genome Program,Genome Educators is an informal
network of educational professionals who have an active interest in all aspects
of genetics research and education. This national group includes scientists,
researchers, educational curriculum developers, ethicists, health
professionals, high school teachers and instructors at college and graduate
levels, and others in occupations affected by genetic research.
Genome Educators is a unique collaborative effort dedicated to sharing
information and resources to further understanding of current advances in the
field of genetics. Seminars, workshops and special events are sponsored at
frequent intervals. Genome Educators maintains an active world wide web site. This site contains a calendar of
events, directory of participating genome educators, and information about
educational resources and reference tools. Participating genome educators may
publish articles and talks of interest at this site. In addition, a monitored
discussion group is maintained to facilitate dialog and resource sharing among
Find out "what's happening" on our Genome Educators
If you would like to submit an entry to our Events Calendar,
please fill out the Event Submission form.
Who's Who in Genome Education
We have a directory of Bay Area educators
involved in genome education.
For More Information
There is a lot of additional
information available out there...
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