Teaching Workshop on "Genomics and Anthropology in the Classroom" at the 2013 AAPA Meeting
The workshop will consist of three (3) one-hour sessions. The first session will provide an overview of NGS technologies. The second session will feature an exploration of the intersection between genomics and anthropological questions using specific case studies drawn from exciting lines of current research in paleogenomics, human population demography, and selection/adaptation in humans and primates. The third session will feature a discussion session addressing the practical issues of implementing genomics into an anthropology classroom.
This session is open to all interested parties who are registered for the AAPA, Paleopathology, or HBA meetings. For more information, please contact Paul Babb at (firstname.lastname@example.org).