Location: Reception Rooms, Warburton Hall, Lucy Cavendish College
Date(s): Wed 16 May - Wed 16 May
Time: 6:00 - 8:30
Lucy Cavendish College members and their guests are warmly invited to join Dr Karoline Kuchenbacker as she discusses her work on the lack of diversity in genetic studies.
About Dr Karoline Kuchenbacker
Karoline is Associate Professor of Statistical Genetics at UCL. She is also affiliated with the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute. Karoline did her PhD at Cambridge University and was Ethel Cruickshank Research Fellow at Lucy Cavendish College. Her aim is to understand the patterns of how genetic variants influence complex traits in humans. Karoline was involved in several break-through discovery studies for cancer susceptibility loci and studies on risk prediction which was widely covered by the media.
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Attendees of the talk (both College members and their guests) can also opt to attend refreshments and supper in the dining hall available before the event. Drinks will be served from 6pm in the Reception Rooms above Warburton Hall. Supper with wine, or non-alcoholic alternative, is through the servery at 6.30pm. Tables will be reserved in the dining hall, so please email Isobel Maddison, using firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place(s) for drinks and supper. Payment for supper is by College card at the servery till, as usual. Those without a college card can pay for supper with cash through the till. Drinks are complimentary.