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American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting

Washington, DC

Rob is attending ASHG and presenting a poster on PGED’s collaborative approach with teachers to develop our lesson plan and resource library. “Building awareness, respect, and confidence about genetics through science education partnerships.”

POSTPONED: BioTech/Health Expo – Germantown, MD

Roberto Clemente Middle School Germantown, MD, United States

Rob will be an exhibitor on behalf of PGED at the BioTech/Health Expo at Roberto Clemente MS. The event is part of the month-long MD STEM Festival. THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED AND IS EXPECTED TO BE RESCHEDULED FOR JANUARY 2024.


Rob will be an exhibitor at the MD STEM Expo at Morgan State University, to facilitate conversations and reflections on genetics among attendees (primiarly middle- and high-school students and families from the Baltimore area).

EVERY BODY Film Screening & Panel

Harvard Medical School, Building C, Cannon Room 240 Longwood Ave., Boston, MA, United States

PGED is excited to host a free screening of the documentary film, EVERY BODY, which challenges the male/female binary through the stories of three intersex people, their childhoods, and their advocacy for understanding and an end to non-consensual surgeries. The screening will be followed by a short panel discussion featuring the film's director, Julie Cohen, […]

New England Regional Genetics Group Annual Conference – Portsmouth, NH

Gill will be representing PGED at the annual New England Regional Genetics Group conference. The conference brings together speakers covering a range of topics in the areas of genetics, genetic counseling, public health, and patient and family advocacy. Say hello to Gill if you plan to attend!

Presentations at Boston Day & Evening Academy (Boston, MA)

Boston Day and Evening Academy Roxbury, MA, United States

Robin will be returning to Boston Day & Evening Academy to lead students in the BDEA 2.0 program through an activity related to DNA, crime, and law enforcement.

ONLINE- ‘Towards a Publicly Engaged Biological Anthropology’ (AABA Webinar)

Rob is the organizer and moderator for an interactive webinar for the American Association of Biological Anthropologists (AABA) on “Publicly Engaged Biological Anthropology” on Tuesday, January 30th at 1pm ET. One of the speakers, Dr. Elaine Guevara, recently co-authored a great paper on teaching undergraduate biology (including genetics) in ways that avoid reinforcing false ideas […]