Sixth year PHD Student, Kaylyn Clark discusses how she found herself in genetics and where she sees her future.
PNGC co-director, Dr. Li-San Wang, presented at the Illuminating Alzheimer’s Disease Genetic Architecture via Diversity webinar. The program explored the lack of genome research for Black, Latino, and Asian populations and highlighted the organizations fighting for more. Dr. Wang discussed the need for more research infrastructure to study AD in Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders […]
Tiffany Chow is a new professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Penn working at PNGC and ACAD
Our very own Dr. Gerard Schellenberg, co-director of PNGC, has been honored by the Brightfocus Foundation for his extensive work in linking genetics and Alzheimer’s research. The honor recognizes exemplary scientists making breakthroughs to cure various diseases. Read more about the award and ceremony here.
For our first Graduate Student Profile, we sat down with Beth Burton to discuss how she found a passion for genomics and her future in the field