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    the ISG aims to establish a world-class program for research and training in Genomics and in Personalized Medicine

Upcoming Seminars

March 28, 2023
MCB Seminar: Steven DeLuca, "Regulation of Developmental gene silencing revealed by an ancient cell lineage."

April 20, 2023
EEB Seminar: Stephen Keller, "Can ecological genomics help predict maladaptation under rapid environmental change? Concepts, case studies, and cautious optimism"

Message from the Director

The Institute for Systems Genomics (ISG) aims to promote world-class research and training in genomics and personalized medicine.

The dedicated faculty and staff of the ISG’s ecosystem are training the next generation of genome scientists through collaborative, vigorous, and innovative research programs in areas related to functional and systems genomics; computational biology and bioinformatics; human, mammalian, microbial, pharmacological, immunological, statistical, and population genomics; and educational, ethical, legal, and social implications of genomic science and medicine.

"This Institute gives UConn another wonderful opportunity to become internationally prominent in the field of genomics, a discipline that is being recognized more and more for its importance in clinical medicine,” explains Rachel O'Neill, director of the ISG.

We welcome you to visit this page to learn more about the ISG!