Dr. Nick Patterson, Trinity Hall Cambridge, a scientist at the Broad Institute, will present a lecture on the topic “Human Genetic History: Neandertals and Their Relatives”.
Analysis of the fossil record has revealed much about human ancestors from the past six million years. Now DNA analysis has significantly increased our knowledge, especially with the sequencing of the Neandertal genome. Neandertal DNA and the discovery of a different source of human-like DNA in a cave in Denisova located in Siberia has revealed surprising interconnections for modern humans.
The lecture will be followed by a reception with light refreshments and soft drinks in the lobby area of the Center, which also contains exhibits relating to the work of the Institute in various fields. See www.broadinstitute.org/outreach/dnatrium/dnatrium for more information.
The cost of this event is $20 per person. For alumni new to the Society, this includes one year membership of the Society. Please be sure to make your reservation before Friday, September 9th. You can either book on-line, or print the reservation form and mail it in with your check.
Lecture: 6:00pm Sincerely,
Reception: 7:30pm David Manns
Broad Institute, Cambridge MA David G Manns, Trinity (Cantab.)
There are both on-street metered parking and parking garages nearby