You are hereHome » About Us » Events » HOT (Human Origins Today) Topic: computational comparative genomics and human disease HOT (Human Origins Today) Topic: computational comparative genomics and human disease April 25, 2014 - 12:00pm to 1:00pmLocation: One Species, Worldwide Theater; Hall of Human OriginsFree; no advance reservation or ticket required. Come join our special HOT Topic in honor of April 25th being DNA Day! The discussion will focus on what insights computational comparative genomics can give us into human disease and will be led by Dr. Stephen Parker, post-doctoral fellow at the National Human Genome Research Institute, one of the 27 centers and institutes that comprise the National Institutes of Health. Free; no advance reservation or admission required. Contact Us for additional information about this event.