We value being actively involved in finding solutions for the world’s most pressing issues. At the Center, we regularly host conferences, lectures, and forums involving a diverse panel of experts. We bring together academics from local institutions and Columbia University to promote a collaborative and mutually beneficial relationship. Public programs at the Tunis Center are essential in developing strong bonds and partnerships between the University and the local community.
The lecture was about "A multi-disciplinary examination of Alzheimer Disease in extreme samples".
Video from LRHG Course: Lecture 15 - Novel genomic variants and genetic factors involved in Disorders of Sexual Development
The event began with a lecture by Dr. Khouloud Rjiba, a researcher at the University Hospital Farhat Hached Sousse.
The 14th lecture from the Logical Reasoning in Human Genetics (2.0) course was about Simple Traits 🧬
New Frames for the Bey of Tunis: Creating an Official Art in the Age of the Great Reforms (1830-1881)
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