Patricia M. Williams Professor, Department of Biology, Co-Director, Penn Program in Single Cell Biology, University of Pennsylvania with Sarah Middleton and Jean Rosario
Speakers: Junhyong Kim, PhD, Patricia M. Williams Professor of Biology at the University of Pennsylvania and PhD students, Sarah Middleton and Jean Rosario
Discover how genomic data can be used to save lives, fight infections and understand genetic diseases. Gain a deeper understanding of bioinformatics, the practice that combines computer science, statistics, mathematics, and engineering to study and process biological data, and how to use it in your classroom. Discover how genomic data can be used to save lives, fight infections and understand genetic diseases. For middle and high school teachers.
Workshop was organized in partnership with the Philadelphia Science Festival.