Genomics holds great promise for the health of people, animals and the environment. It also confronts us with big questions.

Join Dr. Kaylee Byers every other Tuesday as she guides you through fascinating conversations about the what, the why, the how, and the ‘huh?’ of genomics.

Genomics holds great promise for the health of people, animals and the environment. It also confronts us with big questions.

Join Dr. Kaylee Byers every other Tuesday as she guides you through fascinating conversations about the what, the why, the how, and the ‘huh?’ of genomics.

MEET OUR HOST

Dr. Kaylee Byers (she/her) is a One Health scientist, urban wildlife ecologist and health communications researcher investigating innovative ways to improve the health of people, wildlife, and ecosystems. She serves as both the Deputy Director of the British Columbia Node of the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative and as a University Research Associate at Simon Fraser University.

 

www.kayleebyers.com
@kaylee_byers

latest episodes

episode 1

Genetics vs. genomics: what’s the difference?

GUEST: DR. SAMANTHA YAMMINE, “SCIENCE SAM”

episode 2

THE RIGHT MEDS: CAN GENOMICS HELP YOU FIND THE PERFECT ANTIDEPRESSANT FOR YOUR BODY?

GUEST: DR. JEHANNINE AUSTIN

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