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Human Genetic Diversity in Ethiopia, its origins and implication

A talk on the distribution of human genetic diversity among the peoples of Ethiopia.

Neil Bradman is Chairman of The Centre for Genetic Anthropology at University College London. For over ten years, with colleagues at Addis Ababa University, he has undertaken research on the distribution of human genetic diversity among the peoples of Ethiopia.

In this talk he will discuss the origins of this diversity, how it can be used to shed light on the demographic histories of the country's many different ethnic groups and some implications for the delivery of improved healthcare.


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Date and Time:

9 November 2011 at 7:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)
Russell Square

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Organised by:

The Anglo-Ethiopian Society
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Admission is free and everyone is welcome.

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7:00pm, Room B102, Brunei Building, SOAS

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