Sequencing the Chimpanzee Genome: What Have We Learned?

Event Dates: 
Mar 12, 2004 -
1:00pm to 5:00pm

Event Sessions

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Date Media Session Title Speakers
Fri 3/12 File Opening Remarks Ajit Varki, UC San Diego School of Medicine
Fri 3/12 File How Humans are Related to Other Primates Pascal Gagneux, University of California, San Diego
Fri 3/12 File The Mind of the Chimpanzee: In the Wild and in Captivity Tetsuro Matsuzawa, Kyoto University
Fri 3/12 File 99% Genetic Identity of Humans and Chimpanzees: Measurements Over the Past 30 Years Mary-Claire King, University of Washington School of Medicine
Fri 3/12 File Problems and Prospects in Sequencing the Whole Chimpanzee Genome Robert Waterston, University of Washington School of Medicine
Fri 3/12 File Structural Variation and Rearrangement between Chimp and Human Genomes Evan Eichler, University of Washington School of Medicine
Fri 3/12 File Comparing Coding Sequences between Humans and Chimpanzees Andrew Clark, Cornell University
Fri 3/12 File Genomic Comparisons of Humans and Chimpanzees Svante Pääbo, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Fri 3/12 File Initiation of a Great Ape Phenome Project Ajit Varki, UC San Diego School of Medicine
Fri 3/12 File Chimpanzees in the Wild: The Crisis in Great Ape Conservation Caroline Tutin, The University of Stirling; Centre International de Recherches Médicales de Franceville (CIRMF)
Fri 3/12 File Concluding Remarks Sydney Brenner, Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
Fri 3/12 File Closing Comments Maynard Olson, Professor Emeritus, University of Washington
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