Thursday, April 6 –
Jonika Hash has studied pre-existing data to examine sleep and sleep problems among infants and toddlers in families with a Child Protective Services maltreatment report. She will present her findings about how infant and toddler sleep problems relate to their social emotional functioning.
Anne Clark will discuss the complexities of decoding genomes. She’ll present a few approaches to disentangling the relationship between genomic sequences and observable traits.
As a student in UW’s Medical Scientist Training program Siva Kasinathan is working toward both an MD and a doctorate in Molecular and Cell Biology. Caring for patients with genetic disorders, he developed in interest in regions of chromosomes called centromeres. His Ph.D. research has involved studying the genetic makeup of centromeres.
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