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Mobilizing Mutations: Remaking Illness in Genomic Medicine

The Precision Medicine: Ethics, Politics, and Culture Project welcomes Dr. Dan Navon (University of California, San Diego) to give a talk on “Mobilizing Mutations: Remaking Illness in Genomic Medicine”, on Wednesday, April 15th, 5pm-7pm, location TBD.

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The event is free and open to the public and co-sponsored by Center for the Study of Social Difference; Columbia University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences | Division of Humanities; Columbia University Medical Center; and Precision Medicine and Society.

The Precision Medicine: Ethics, Politics, and Culture Project is co-directed by Maya Sabatello, LLB, PhD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Bioethics; and Gil Eyal, PhD, Professor of Sociology. This talk is a part of the PMEPC lecture series, which represents a broad-based exploration of questions that precision medicine raises in law, ethics, the social sciences, economics, and the humanities.

Columbia University is committed to creating an environment that includes and welcomes people with disabilities. If you need accommodations because of a disability, please email Daniel Wojtkiewicz, at dnw2116@columbia.edu, at least two weeks in advance.