New Podcast about Sex, History, and Healthcare

Announcing the launch of “This Is Probably A Really Weird Question,” a podcast in which Dr. Ronni Hayon, a family physician who specializes in trans healthcare, and Rebecca Davis, who writes and teaches about the history of sexuality, answer those not-at-all-weird questions they hear from patients, students, and colleagues about bodies, sexuality, health, and history. Please visit our website, www.reallyweirdquestion.com, follow us on Twitter @areallyweirdpod and/or on Instagram @reallyweirdquestionpod.

Call for papers: “Irreducible Subjects: Disability and Genomics in the Past, Present and Future”

The National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) invites you to submit your ideas for an opportunity to be one of six speakers at our upcoming symposium, "Irreducible Subjects: Disability and Genomics in the Past, Present and Future".

Call for papers: “Irreducible Subjects: Disability and Genomics in the Past, Present and Future”

The National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) invites you to submit your ideas for an opportunity to be one of six speakers at our upcoming symposium, “Irreducible Subjects: Disability and Genomics in the Past, Present and Future.” 

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