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The Human Genomic Revolution: Past, Present, and Future

Over 15 years ago, the scientific community celebrated the sequencing of the first human genome. It’s time to ask how this monumental effort has transformed biomedical science, from basic research to the understanding and treatment of disease. Eric Lander, Broad Institute president and founding director and one of the principal leaders of the Human Genome Project, will survey the impact — what we’ve learned, and what lies ahead.

This lecture is presented in memory of Eliana Hechter and is supported by the Eliana Hechter Memorial Fund.

For more information on this talk series, please visit broadinstitute.org/15.