HSRI Lecture Series presents Dr. Steve Wooding
"Human genetic diversity in bitter taste perception: Ancient origins and modern implications"
Please join us at 12:30pm on Monday, April 22nd 2013 in the Half Dome Room
(Social Sciences and Management Building (SSM) Room 317)
Steven Wooding received a PhD in evolutionary anthropology from the University of Utah in 2001, completed an NIH Kirschstein postdoctoral fellowship in human genetics in 2005, and is currently an assistant professor of human genetics at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (the flagship medical school of the University of Texas system.) His research is focused on understanding the evolutionary origins of heritable variability and its significance in contemporary populations.
For further information please contact Trevor Hirst (firstname.lastname@example.org)