Expect the unexpected: Ancient genomes and Ireland’s past, a lecture given by Professor Dan Bradley, 2pm, 22nd February, 2022.
Originally from Co Derry, Dan Bradley is Professor of Population Genetics in Trinity College Dublin. He has worked there since completing his PhD after undergraduate study in Cambridge University. He has been involved in ancient DNA research since the beginnings of the field in the 1990s, concentrating initially on analysis of ancient domestic animals, and more recently on ancient human genomes, including Irish, British and early Europeans. This research has been funded by a Wellcome Trust Investigator award and two European Research Council Advanced grants. Bradley has also worked on medical genetics, including motor neuron disease and helped found the successful livestock genetic testing company, Identigen. He was awarded the 2020 Royal Irish Academy Gold Medal in the life sciences.
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