Brittany Hollister

Happy #DNADay2022 from the UFGI! #DNADay commemorates the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA in 1953 and the completion of the Human Genome Project in 2003. Check out the genetics and genomics research from our UFGI faculty on our blog and publication roundups! Retweeted by Brittany M Hollister, PhD

New #UFGI Spotlight Article: Associate Professor in Florida Medical Entomology Laboratory! Collecting data and research to combat mosquito-borne diseases and insecticide resistance. Read more about research: bit.ly/3jUazEa by @PatrickSherry12 Retweeted by Brittany M Hollister, PhD

Scientists in the Telomere-to-Telomere (#T2T) consortium have published the first complete, gapless human genome sequence. This can lead to a better understanding of our genomic variations and provide insight for missing heritability and human disease. genome.gov/T2T Retweeted by Brittany M Hollister, PhD

Calling all genetic counselling researchers and friends! We have an exciting opportunity for you to submit new work to the special issue “Genetic Counseling and Genetic Testing in Precision Medicine”. See below for details. Questions? Please reach out (email or DM) #GCChat twitter.com/JPM_MDPI/statu… Retweeted by Brittany M Hollister, PhD

Check out the new Nature Communications piece from one of our Genetics & Genomics PhD students! twitter.com/UFGenetics/sta…

Please share with anyone interested in pursuing a PhD in genetics & genomics! Come learn more about the program at UF! twitter.com/UFGenetics/sta…

Looking to advance your career in #genetics? The UFGI’s Genetics & Genomics PhD Program is hosting a virtual information session Nov 9th 1pm EST! Come learn about what our interdisciplinary institute has to offer- directly from faculty & students! ➡️ bit.ly/UFGI-info-regi… Retweeted by Brittany M Hollister, PhD

Last week, some talented @genome_gov researchers published a commentary in @HGGAdvances describing an inclusive future of genomics that embraces integrated anti-racism approaches. I recommend reading their described ethos for a better future of science: bit.ly/3ChPPgH Retweeted by Brittany M Hollister, PhD

Studies have shown that enhancing the diversity of the research workforce fosters innovation and creativity, which happens when people recognize that diverse perspectives and life experiences provide different contexts and approaches for tackling challenging problems. 1/ twitter.com/NHGRI_Director… Retweeted by Brittany M Hollister, PhD

Today is #WorldFragileXDay. There have been many recent developments in genetic testing for developmental conditions such as #FragileX. I'm still recruiting for my study and interested in hearing from parents about these new tests. twitter.com/erin_turbitt/s… Retweeted by Brittany M Hollister, PhD

Parents of children with genetic developmental conditions: we’re interested to know what you think about new genetic tests that are in development. Follow the link to register your interest and find out more. #RareDisease #FragileX redcap.research.uts.edu.au/surveys/?s=EC4… Retweeted by Brittany M Hollister, PhD

Congratulations to Dan Stribling, #UFGI PhD student, for his recent first author publication: "A noncanonical microRNA derived from the snaR-A noncoding RNA targets a metastasis inhibitor." Keep up the great work! 🧬 Read his new publication: bit.ly/NewStriblingPub Retweeted by Brittany M Hollister, PhD

I'm excited to present my poster at #apsvirtual21 on affected individuals' perceptions of the other diabetes type! psychologicalscience.confex.com/psychologicals… Retweeted by Brittany M Hollister, PhD

Thank you @NHGRI_Director! Honored to serve @genome_gov as the new Acting Deputy Director and excited to connect in this space to share perspectives on enhancing diversity, inclusion, and health equity in genomics. #scicomm #genomics #diversityequityinclusion twitter.com/NHGRI_Director… Retweeted by Brittany M Hollister, PhD

Congratulations to @VenceBonham! Very well deserved and NHGRI is lucky to have you!! twitter.com/NHGRI_Director…

Last but never least - @sydney_telaak presents on our newest #VR-based study assessing med students' response to polygenic risk score information in a clinical simulation 🧬📈 Retweeted by Brittany M Hollister, PhD

Hear about how emerging epigenetics concepts can influence parent attitudes and beliefs about their child's disease risk from Emma Schopp 🧬🧬🧬 #SBM2021 Retweeted by Brittany M Hollister, PhD

I’m so excited for our virtual Grad Student Showcase featuring @genome_gov ‘s Vence Bonham! It’s going to be a fun event! twitter.com/UFGenetics/sta…

Posted in .

Dana Crawford

Professor of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences and Associate Director of the Cleveland Institute for Computational Biology, with interest in pharmacogenomics, electronic health records, and diverse populations. Also, an avid foodie!