“Genomic Medicine and Plain People” with Dr. Holmes Morton, November 10, 2014

Dr. Holmes Morton discusses the universal significance of his research and treatment of inherited disorders through his work with Amish and Mennonite communities at the Clinic for Special Children in Lancaster County, PA.

Each year at Eastern Mennonite University, dozens of expert scientists visit campus to share their insights. Some focus on their cutting edge research and work in the field, and some share perspectives on social reform and sustainability in the context of science. See more at: http://www.emu.edu/science-seminars

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