Event Details
Event Title Big Data, Precision Medicine, Research & Resilience in Southeast Indian Country [Symposium]
Location Virtual
Sponsor H.W. Odum Institute
Date/Time 03/24/2022 8:15 AM - 3:30 PM
For more information, contact the event administrator: Kasha Ely mammone@email.unc.edu
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Join leading Indigenous health leaders and scientists as they discuss the ethical use of Native genetic, microbiome, biological, and cultural data. A one-day virtual symposium featuring a renowned Indigenous keynote speaker, leading Native scientists and health experts, conversation with Tribal leaders, and a Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) event for graduate and undergraduate students. 

You'll learn:
Based at UNC-Chapel Hill, Southeast Native American Health Data (SENAHD) is an initiative to bring information and programming to tribal communities, researchers, and health professionals in the Southeast about the ethical use of Indigenous genetic, microbiome, biological, and cultural data in collaboration with the Native BioData Consortium, the first 501(c)(3) nonprofit research institute led by Indigenous scientists and tribal members in the United States.

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