The Brotman Baty Institute hosts a number of annual events and symposia for BBI members and the community.
Date & Time:
Feb 1, 2022
Feb 1st: start time 3pm Pacific | 6pm EDT | 10am AEDT | 11pm UTC
A trainee-led seminar series sponsored by the Atlas of Variant Effects Alliance
In this series, trainees from around the globe share and discuss their research related to interpreting human genetic variation.
When is it?
1st Tuesdays of each month (rotating times)
We have members from around the globe (multiple time zones), so monthly meeting times will rotate
Our inaugural seminar was Tuesday, September 7th, 2021
Our seminars are free and open to the public
Students, postdocs, and new faculty (<1 year in position)
If you are interested in presenting or would like to recommend someone, please fill out this online > SPEAKER NOMINATION FORM
What is the format?
1hr long virtual meetings (zoom)
Each month 2 presenters discuss their work in 20 min talks, followed by lively Q&A sessions
Questions from the audience can be asked using chat or QA during the webinar
Who can attend?
Our meetings are over Zoom and anyone is welcome to attend.
We use the webinar format, but participants can ask the speaker questions using the chat or QA
Do you need to be a member of AVE to attend?
Anyone can attend. However, if you are interested in becoming a member, Please sign up > HERE
Are the talks recorded?
If speakers consent, the recordings will be publicly available on our affiliate >CMAP Youtube channel
You can also find a list of previous speakers and talks > HERE
Where can I find the zoom link?
Here! > VESS ZOOM LINK
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