Genomics in Perspective
Genomics in Perspective is a lecture series sponsored by the National Library of Medicine's History of Medicine Division. The presentations concern historical and social science perspectives on genomics for scientists, physicians, policy makers, and the general public.
For abstracts of the presentations click here. Attempts are made to post the recordings of the lectures as soon as possible, but there may be lectures listed in the abstract that have not been recorded or posted to this web site yet.
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The Molecular Reinscription of Race: New Technologies Re-Generating a Dead-End Debate (1 hr. 53 min. 47 sec., 361 MB)
Depicting Pasts, Projecting Futures: Making Histories of the New Biology (1 hr. 34 min. 24 sec., 299 MB)
Genes and Disease: The Rise of Genomic Medicine in the United States (1 hr. 29 min. 49 sec., 285 MB)
Standing on the Biological Horizon (1 hr. 27 min. 14 sec., 277 MB)
Transdisciplinarity in SPORE Funded Brain Tumor Research at the University of California San Francisco (1 hr. 31 min. 1 sec., 288 MB)
Genes, Railroads and Regulation: Intellectual Property and the Public Interest (1 hr. 26 min. 8 sec., 273 MB)