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Stephan Sanders on whole-exome sequencing

 /  28 November 2012
The Presenter
Stephan J. Sanders
Assistant Specialist, University of California, San Francisco

Stephan Sanders uses genomics and bioinformatics to understand the complex etiology of autism.

Last week, as part of the new monthly SFARI Science Series of webinars, Stephan Sanders, a postdoctoral fellow in Matthew State’s lab at Yale University, discussed how whole-exome sequencing can identify autism risk genes. You can watch a complete replay of the session above.

We’ve created a special space on the SFARI Forum to discuss this presentation, where Sanders will be available to respond. Join the conversation here »

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