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Common ancestor of Han Chinese, Japanese and Korea...

New research published in Hereditas has dated the most recent common ancestor of the three major East Asian ethnic groups to the time of the Shang dynasty using a genome-wide study. Here to tell us about their findings and the specific genetic connections and distinctions between these populations is Dr. Shuhua Xu, one of the authors of the study. Bronze Tiger from Shang dynasty Chinese, Japanese, Korean, what is the...

Scientific Talk

Speaker:Charleston Chiang, Ph.D. Center for Genetic Epidemiology, Department of Preventive Medicine, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California. Time : 10:00-11:30 am , Apr. 27(Friday) Venue: Room 258, SIBS Main Building, Yueyang Road 320 Title: The Impact of Demographic History on Human Complex Traits Abstract: How complex traits change through time is a central question in evolutionary...

Tibetan Plateau Discovery Shows Humans May Be Toug...

Converging genetic and archaeological evidence hints that early migrants clung to the frigid, oxygen-starved “roof of the world” through the worst the climate could throw at them. The first humans venturing onto the Tibetan Plateau, often called the “roof of the world,” faced one of the most brutal environments our species can endure. At an average elevation of over 4,500 meters, it is a cold and arid place...

Congratulation on Dr. Xu Winning 2012 CAS Young Sc...

More information is available on: http://www.pe.cas.cn/tzgg/201205/t20120517_3579325.html

Congratulation on Dr.Xu Winning the Distinguished ...

Time: May 4, 2012 Location: Cape Hope Hotel More information is available...

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Positions at CAS-MPG Partner Institute for Computa...

Research Group: Population Genomics Date Listed: 07/11/2011 Principal Investigator: Shuhua Xu, Ph.D. Website: www.picb.ac.cn Associate Professor We are looking for a responsible, independent and coordinative Ph.D., with at least 3-year biology-related research experience, to work as Associate Professor in our group. Majors as Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, Genetics or Statistics are welcomed. The...

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