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Dear ISH Colleagues,
    Please send any announcements you would like to share with our community. Here are a few to get us started:

EVENTS
THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1:00-2:00
“The history of genomics told through machine learning”
Thanks to the meticulous nature of Human Genome Project architects, the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) has a rich archive of hundreds of thousands of scanned physical documents from the project and more recent genomics initiatives.
The comprehensiveness of this resource makes it unique within NIH and the larger scientific community. However, the wealth of data is overwhelming for human eyes. So, for the last two years, machine learning experts have been exploring this dynamic dataset to reveal new knowledge and insights into the development of genomics.
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the NHGRI History of Genomics Program,<https://www.genome.gov/leadership-initiatives/History-of-Genomics-Program> the Institute will host a virtual lecture - The history of genomics told through machine learning: A celebration of 10 years of the NHGRI history program - on what these experts have found so far.
Come listen as researchers from the preeminent Amaral Lab<https://amaral.northwestern.edu/> at Northwestern University present on how they have used the program’s archive to better understand how a major funding institute like NHGRI has helped shape genomics.
These documents include — but are not limited to — working group recommendations, strategy papers, handwritten notes and research presentations. Because most of the archival materials has yet to be fully processed and cataloged with searchable metadata, it is difficult to quickly locate specific information.

Registration for the Zoom webinar is required:
https://www.genome.gov/event-calendar/the-history-of-genomics-told-through-machine-learning

Thanks,
Chris Donohue

AWARDS

Karl Jaspers Award in philosophy of psychiatry
                Submissions are open for The Karl Jaspers Award, given by the Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry. The award goes to the best unpublished paper in the philosophy of psychiatry. It’s open to graduate students in philosophy, psychology, and related fields, medical students, and residents and fellows in psychiatry. It comes with publication in the AAPP journal Philosophy, Psychiatry, Psychology, a $350 award, and official AAPP recognition. For more details, see: https://bit.ly/3onAhD7

Best,
Justin

Justin Garson
Department of Philosophy
Hunter College and The Graduate Center
City University of New York
Website<https://www.justingarson.com/>

See my latest at PsychologyToday.com:
No, Schizophrenia Isn’t Caused by Bad Parenting<https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-biology-human-nature/202207/no-schizophrenia-isnt-caused-bad-parenting>
The Protective Power of Delusions<https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-biology-human-nature/202206/the-protective-power-delusions>
Are Mental Disorders Diseases?<https://bit.ly/3OfRYPY>

NEW BOOKS

I wish to send some information on my new book, PLANT-LIFE, a Walk with Nature, that I believe will be of considerable interest to you and to your visitors/customers/readers.
Best Regards,
Edward Bent

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END OF ANNOUNCEMENTS

Best regards, Lloyd

Lloyd Ackert, Ph.D.
Department of History
Drexel University

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