Current Biology Seminar December 1, 2020

 

The Basic Sciences Division hosts a weekly Current Biology Seminar series where leading-edge researchers are invited from around the world to share their latest scientific breakthroughs. Lectures are typically every Tuesday and are held as virtual events.

 

Harmit Malik,  Ph.D.

Speaker

Harmit Malik, Ph.D.
Professor and Associate Director Basic Sciences Division, Fred Hutch

Dr. Malik studies genetic conflict, the competition between genes and proteins with opposing functions that drives evolutionary change. His research could have implications for a range of diseases, from HIV to cancer. As part of this work, his team developed an approach for identifying genes that divide one species from another, which could help solve the riddle of how new species evolve. Dr. Malik also studies the evolutionary processes that drive our body’s interactions with viruses, including contemporary scourges like HIV as well as ancient viruses whose fossils litter our genome. 

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Join Us at Our Virtual Lecture

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https://primetime.bluejeans.com/a2m/live-event/czaswqqk  

Date:
Tuesday, December 01, 2020
Start Time:
12 p.m. PST
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Virtual
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Last Modified, October 15, 2020