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Science Educator Workshop: Teaching Precision Medicine, Genomics, and Molecular Diagnostics in Your Classroom

  • 15 Nov 2017
  • Salt Lake CIty


Teaching Precision Medicine, Genomics, and 

Molecular Diagnostics in Your Classroom

 

Science Educators Workshop LogoKeynote Speaker: Dr. Louisa Stark
Professor of Human Genetics and Director of the Genetic Science Learning Center, University of Utah

Launched in 2015, this popular event a day prior to the AMP Annual Meeting is a complimentary workshop for local area high school and college level science faculty. The goals of this workshop are to:

  • Update teachers/instructors on relevant, timely topics in the clinical molecular diagnostics laboratory.
  • Provide an awareness of the molecular pathology profession through sharing academic and personal life experiences.
  • Explore innovative curricula and educational best practices.
  • Build local educational communities around content and pedagogy experts in molecular concepts and methods.


Eligible Participants: High School/College Science Educators and their high-level science students (up to 3 per teacher)

Date: Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Registration: FREE, but seats are limited. Attendees are responsible for transportation costs, including parking at or near the hotel or convention center. 

Program: Click here to download the program

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