Armour Semniar: Krystal Tsosie
Part of the series: A. Watson Armour III Research Seminar Series
1400 S DuSable Lake Shore Dr, Chicago IL 60605
About this event
Krystal Tsosie (Diné/Navajo Nation), PhD, MPH, MA, is an Indigenous geneticist-bioethicist and Assistant Professor in the School of Life Sciences at Arizona State University. As an advocate for Indigenous genomic data sovereignty, she co-founded the first US Indigenous-led biobank, a 501c3 nonprofit research institution called the Native BioData Consortium
Please join us in Ward Hall on the lower level. If unable to attend in person, register to attend virtually.
This session is part of our celebration of Native American Heritage Month as we honor the work done by Native staff and collaborators at the Field.
The A. Watson Armour III Seminar Series is a weekly seminar highlighting the research of science professionals across a broad spectrum of scientific interests, disciplines, and lived experiences. This series connects the Field Museum’s research, collections, conservation, and associated community with professionals at the forefront of life, geophysical, and social sciences. Lectures are open to the public and regularly highlight or complement research conducted by Field Museum staff and affiliates.
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