Janina Jeff

Such an honor meeting you! twitter.com/nnkinsi/status…

It’s wrap The Lightbox at #IGF illuminating voices about the way to better human health. @NNkinsi @inthosegenespod Retweeted by Dr. Jay Electronica

“Equity is about relinquishing power” - @NNkinsi at the @illumina genomics forum #IGF

Disease knows no boundaries and neither should #genomic healthcare. #genomicsforall means access for everyone, everywhere. No exceptions. Thank you to @AndrewFarnum @KeoluFox @Nnkinsi @ay_zhou Byron Scott for having a real dialogue. Now we need to move from talk to action. #IGF Retweeted by Dr. Jay Electronica

@CrunchyNeuroSci Such a great paper! Congrats and thanks so much for your help and guidance for our episode, it’s definitely one of my faves!

For a fascinating and nuanced dive into musical rhythm, the brain, culture, and genetic ancestry, check out this extraordinarily well-produced episode of the podcast IN THOSE GENES by @inthosegenespod Dr. Janina Jeff ("Geneti-SIS") player.audiostaq.com/inthosegenes/r… #musicscience #genomics Retweeted by Dr. Jay Electronica

There is something for every listener (scientist, general public, and musician) in this hour-long episode. Many thanks to host @inthosegenespod Dr. Jeff for the shout-out to the preprint of our beat synchronization GWAS study, as well! Final paper here nature.com/articles/s4156… Retweeted by Dr. Jay Electronica

When thinking about the hurdles and challenges in diversifying the entire genomics ecosystem it’s really easy to get discouraged and I often think such changes won’t happen in my lifetime but this reminded me to appreciate that we are doing better despite the long journey ahead!

test Twitter Media - When thinking about the hurdles and challenges in diversifying the entire genomics ecosystem it’s really easy to get discouraged and I often think such changes won’t happen in my lifetime but this reminded me to appreciate that we are doing better despite the long journey ahead! https://t.co/mtX13dyyiL
test Twitter Media - When thinking about the hurdles and challenges in diversifying the entire genomics ecosystem it’s really easy to get discouraged and I often think such changes won’t happen in my lifetime but this reminded me to appreciate that we are doing better despite the long journey ahead! https://t.co/mtX13dyyiL

Still in awe that I was able to hear @BarackObama speak! It’s truly astonishing what my career in science has opened my world too! So many key moments that I’ll share over time but the one that stands out today is “sometimes better is the best we can do”. #IGF2022 @illumina

test Twitter Media - Still in awe that I was able to hear @BarackObama speak! It’s truly astonishing what my career in science has opened my world too! So many key moments that I’ll share over time but the one that stands out today is “sometimes better is the best we can do”. #IGF2022 @illumina https://t.co/8yHzSkmjLR

What an announcement, “we are in the genome era!”. Check out this thread for the full details! #IGF twitter.com/illumina/statu…

Literally blushing! twitter.com/MichaelGallad/…

“Leadership is unlocking others people’s power” - President Barack Obama at @illumina ‘s genomic forum #IGF

🧬☀️ | The #SanDiego sunshine is upon us as we invite change-makers to #IGF. @illumina #genomics #PrecisionMedicine Retweeted by Dr. Jay Electronica

Former President Obama has taken the stage at #IGF! It’s happening right now! President Obama is such an important voice in the conversation about equity and accessibility in healthcare to improve quality of life for all. Illumina is thrilled and honored to host him. Retweeted by Dr. Jay Electronica

🖤🤎💛 | ICYMI: Only 2% of African/African decent are included in genomic studies of disease risks. #Genomics shouldn’t only be accessible for the rich or the lucky. We can give everyone access to their personal genome. #RepresentationMatters #STEMeducation #IGF Retweeted by Dr. Jay Electronica

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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!