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We want everyone to benefit from advances in genomics technology and big data sciences.



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Founded in 2012, the Center for Computational, Evolutionary and Human Genomics (CEHG) fosters interdisciplinary research and enables collaborations between Stanford University's School of Humanities and Sciences and School of Medicine. Home to 32 faculty members and over 200 postdoctoral scholars and graduate students, the Center supports and showcases the cutting edge scientific research conducted in member labs.

Evolgenome in 2016!

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Our popular Evolgenome seminar series started up again in mid-January, with a stellar group of local and visiting speakers! Talks are always fascinating and delicious lunch is always provided, so tell your friends and labmates. 

Miss a seminar? Like our Facebook page or follow us on twitter @StanfordCEHG. You can also watch select talks, including Maude Phipps, from Monash University in Malaysia (November 2015) or Elizabeth Jerison from Harvard University (January 2016), on Stanford's popular youtube channel.