The Center for Humanities and the History of Modern Biology
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY
Please join us online for a live discussion on how DNA has shaped
both our bodies and modern society
at 5:30PM on Wednesday, May 27th, 2020.
Register in advance at Eventbright to obtain your link to the live event.
Pulitzer-prize winning author and oncologist at Columbia University
in conversation with
University of Manchester professor
author of Life’s Greatest Secret, and
on-screen expert in The Gene
Richard Sever, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Mila Pollock, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Serving as a professor of medicine at Columbia University and as a staff cancer physician at the university’s medical center, Dr. Mukherjee generates hope for countless patients and families around the world, while revolutionizing our blueprint for healing.
Matthew Cobb is a Professor in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Manchester. He has published extensively on the history of genetics, including his 2015 book Life’s Greatest Secret, and was one of the on-screen experts in The Gene. His latest books are The Idea of the Brain: The Past and Future of Neuroscience, and Smell: A Very Short Introduction.
Richard Sever, Ph.D. is Assistant Director of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press and Co-Founder of the preprint servers bioRxiv and medRxiv. He has edited numerous books in molecular biology and worked as an editor on several journals.
Ludmila (Mila) Pollock, M.L.S. is Executive Director, Library and Archives, Center for Humanities and History of Modern Biology at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and Founder of the History of Science Meetings at CSHL.