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Ruth’s selected talk at the Gordon Human Genetics and Genomics talk attracts interest

Ruth’s selected abstract talk on ‘Ultraconserved Elements and Copy Number Variation’ at the Gordon Conference in Human Genetics and Genomics at Bryant University on July 8th was very well received, with discussions on Ultraconservation continuing throughout the meeting, and new collaborations formed.

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Hi Ruth,
Heard about you when my wife took your Mum to the doc recently. Congratulations on all your work so far - sounds superb! Well done. Have now retired from Dyffryn Taf. How did I find time to teach??

December 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterPaul O'Neill

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