Workshop 2018


DATE

22 - 24  January 2018

VENUE

Wellington School of Medicine Newtown, Wellington

CONVENORS

Maui Hudson, Phil Wilcox, 
Katherina Ruckstuhl


The Workshop

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Ngā mihi

Welcome to the third SING Aotearoa internship programme.  The Summer Internship for Indigenous Genomics is an initiative that emerged from the Te Waka o Tama-rereti project and is continuing as a key activity within Genomics Aotearoa. 

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Agenda

This event ran over 5 days – Monday, 22 June to Friday, 26 June 2018.

Day 1:   Whanaungatanga and Dinner
Day 2:   Pōhiri and introductions to Māori research and ethics, Genetics and Epigenetics
Day 3:  Human Genetics Laboratory, Bioinformatics, CELSI: Cultural Foundation
Day 4:   Research Case Studies, Māori Perspectives & Gene Editing
Day 5:   Gene Editing Workshop and Poroporaki

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Speakers

We are grateful to have over 20 speakers and mentors present at the event. They included researchers and practitioners in the areas genomics and plant and food research.

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Interns

This year we had 18 new Interns and a returning Alumni member. 

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Papers

The presentations and papers from Workshop 2018 have been made available for alumni and anyone interested in the information shared by our presenters.  

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Workshop Report

The SING Aotearoa 2018 Workshop Report is available for review.

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We captured a number of photos from the day and have shared them to provide a flavour of the Workshop people and activities.

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