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Expanding the role of Animal Genetics in Understanding Human-Animal Interactions

Date and Time: 
Tuesday, March 10, 2015. 05:30 PM - 06:15 PM
Meeting Location: 
Stanford Archaeology Center, Room 100
Meeting Description: 
Speaker:
Rosa Fregel  is a Post-Doctoral Scholar in the Department of Genetics at Stanford. She received her Ph.D from Universidad de La Laguna. I'm an ancient DNA and population genetics researcher at Stanford University. Her most recent project looks the study of the human migrations related with the transoceanic slave trade and the indentured laborers in Mauritius.
 
Meeting description:
This talk will discuss Fregel's recent work understanding genetic relationships between human and animals in the past. It will highlight the future roles of genetic research to understand these complex relationships, and draw upon her recent collaborative archaeological research at Mauritius.

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