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Stanford geneticist/"genius award" winner talks about his work

Earlier this fall, Stanford population geneticist Carlos Bustamante, PhD, was awarded a MacArthur Foundation "genius grant." On NPR's Tell Me More yesterday, Bustamante discussed the award, his research and how understanding events in evolutionary time can help answer questions about disease and potential treatments. It's worth a listen.

Previously: Shhh, it's a secret: Carlos Bustamante discusses his MacArthur award and Stanford geneticist Carlos Bustamante named a MacArthur Fellow

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