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Join us in-person or online for a thought-provoking conversation that will explore the latest breakthroughs in genetics and genomics research. Experience hands-on learning as you conduct real experiments through citizen science initiatives with the All of Us Research Program. Discover how the power of genetics and genomics is transforming the way we approach health, medicine, and the environment. If you would like to join online, please register through Zoom. If you would like to come in-person (North Natomas Library 4660 Via Ingoglia Sacramento, CA 95835), please register through Eventbrite. Panelists: Paul Lott- Assistant Project Scientist Carvajal-Carmona Lab UCD Genome Center University of California at Davis “Sandy” Borowsky, MD- Professor | Center for Immunology and Infectious Diseases| Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Hugo Campos- Patient Partner, PCORI THRIVE Trial, Participant Ambassador, All of Us Research Program California Precision Medicine Consortium (CaPMC), Obama White House Champion of Change for Precision Medicine Caitlin Leong, Undergraduate Researcher, UCD Genome Center University of California at Davis Want to attend other All of Us California events this April? Find them on SciStarter: The future of individualized medicine may depend on an army of one million volunteers. And scientists want you to get involved. The All of Us Research Program is a key part of Citizen Science Month. All of Us promises to take personal data from a diverse cross-section of volunteers and turn it into groundbreaking insights about the complex roles our genes, lifestyles and environments play in our health. Learn more and sign up to join this important effort today!