The Beyond Genes conference explores how non-genetic factors contribute to heritable pathology and probes key questions for research and public health.
A free event, at the cutting edge of biology and public health.
You are invited to submit an abstract and attend sessions.
Many phenotypes depend not only on germline DNA sequence, but also regulatory mechanisms present within germ cells. Mounting evidence suggests that a whole germ cell approach, including epigenetic and other non-genetic factors, may be critical for a robust understanding of origins of many traits and pathologies considered heritable or innate. We will also address germline mutagenesis.