Samuel Broder - The Human Genome: Sequence and Assembly Was the Easy Part

CSCI2950L Guest Lecture 2010

Samuel Broder, M.D., (Celera, Chief Medical Officer) former director of the National Cancer Institute and whose lab made key contributions to the development of AIDS treatments such as AZT, ddl, and ddc, delivers a lecture entitled "The Human Genome: Sequencing and Assembling 3 Billion Letters of Code Was the Easy Part" at the Brown University Center for Computational Molecular Biology.