Genomics Education Partnership

Sponsored by the University of Alabama, Washington University in St. Louis, NSF, and NIH

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GEP provides students with Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs) in genomics
Illustration of the Drosophila Pathways Project
GEP students investigate the evolution of insulin pathway genes in 27 species of Drosophila
Illustration of the Parasitoid Wasps Project
GEP students investigate the evolution of venom genes in 4 species of parasitoid wasp
Illustration of the Expanded F Element Project
GEP students investigate the expansion of the Muller F element in 4 species of Drosophila
Illustration of the Puerto Rican Parrot Project
GEP students investigate the evolution of protein coding genes in the Puerto Rican Parrot

About GEP

About GEP

The Genomics Education Partnership is a nationwide collaboration of 100+ institutions that integrates active learning into the undergraduate curriculum through Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs) centered in bioinformatics and genomics.

GEP materials and research projects have been used at all levels of undergraduate biology in Community Colleges, Primarily Undergraduate Institutions, and Research Universities. We eagerly invite interested current and future faculty to contact us and join our partnership!

WORKSHOPS

Jun
10
June 10-13, 2020
Washington University in St. Louis 
Jun
13
June 13-16, 2020
Washington University in St. Louis