Erwin Mill Building Bay A – Room A103 8:30 AM
The Examining Neuroscience, Genetics and Inequality seminar explored controversial and important issues related to race, genetics and inequality, how they are studied, and whether (and how) such studies should inform medical practice, criminal and other legal actions, personal identity claims, health disparities, and social policy. The Examining Neuroscience, Genetics and Inequality capstone conference will feature a keynote address by Dr. Joseph L. Graves Jr., an expert panel with Professors Evan Charney, Misha Angrist and Brenda Reddix-Smalls and student presentations.
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8:30- 9:00 am- Registration and breakfast
9:00 am -Opening remarks
9:15- 10:15 am Keynote – Dr. Joseph L. Graves Jr.
10:20- 11:40 am- Student research presentations
11:45-12:45 pm- Panel discussion – Dr. Misha Angrist and Professor Brenda Reddix-Smalls
12:45- 1:00 pm- Lunch
1:00-2:00 pm-Student research presentations