Panel Discussion on "Frontiers in Genetics and Genomics"

This panel discussion is meant to engage the general public in current topics in genetics and genomics, such as genome assembly and bioinformatics, genome editing and manipulation, agricultural genetics and GMO technology, bioethics and the impact of science on public, and genetics education in the genomics age. The panel is made up of a diverse group of faculty at the University of Kentucky:

Moderator: Brian Rymond, PhD, Linda and Jack Gill Professor of Biology, Department of Biology

Panel Members: 
- Stephen L. Dobson, PhD, Professor of Medical and Veterinary Entomology, Department of Entomology
- Paul Vincelli, PhD, Extension Professor and Provost's Distinguished Service Professor, Department of Plant Pathology
- Julia Bursten, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy
- Brett T. Spear, PhD, Professor, Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics
- Jeremiah Smith, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology
- Pete Mirabito, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Biology

We encourage you to attend this discussion and encourage your input (comments, questions, etc) before and after the event (you can follow the event on Twitter @THMorgan1886).

This event is part of broader series of events celebrating the 150th birthday of Dr. Thomas Hunt Morgan - Lexington native and Nobel prize winner. His work on fruit fly genetics laid the foundation for modern genetics. We hope you will attend this and other events, and help us spread the word about TH Morgan. 

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