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Human Origins & Disease

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory , Cold Spring Harbor, NY
October 25 - 29, 2000

• Overview of Human Origins
• Human Origins: Global Perspective
• Human Origins: Africa, Asia, Europe, the Americas
• Genes & Environment: Common Diseases
• Analysis of Chromosomal Variation
• Quantitative Trait Analysis
• Evolutionary Genetics of Common Diseases
• SNPs and New Technologies

Organized by:

Michael Brown, Aravinda Chakravarti, Luigi Cavalli-Sforza, Colin Renfrew, Christopher Stringer, Antonio Torroni, Douglas Wallace

Invited Speakers:

Distinguished Keynote Speaker:

Phillip Tobias, FRS, NAS
Wits Medical School, South Africa

Invited Speakers:

Andrew Clark
Pennsylvania State University

Joseph Felsenstein
University of Washington, Seattle

Jeffrey Friedman
The Rockefeller University

David Goldstein
University College London

Mike Hammer
University of Arizona

Trefor Jenkins
University of Witwatersrand,
South Africa

Lynn Jorde
University of Utah

Svante Paabo
Max-Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany

Jane Renfrew
University of Cambridge

Mark Stoneking
Max-Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology

Peter Underhill
Stanford University

Deadline for Abstracts:

August 2


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