Just like species, genes evolve over time. What can genetic evolution—both in our species and between different species—teach us about our own health? Discover the latest research on human genomes and the genomes of animals across the tree of life—and the profound implications this work has for the study of human genetics and health—with population geneticist David Reich of Harvard University, genomic medicine researcher David Goldstein of Columbia University, evolutionary biologist and Museum Curator Frank Burbrink, and neurogeneticist Mimi Shirasu-Hiza of Columbia University, moderated by New York Times science journalist Pam Belluck.
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