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Previous Teaching, Mentoring and Public Education Experience

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Lecture to Stony Brook University Chemical Biology Graduate Students on “N-Terminal acetyltransferases and Translation”

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Lecture to Stony Brook Genetics Graduate Students on “Human Genetic Variation and the Genotype-Phenotype Problem”

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December 2015 Lecture to Stony Brook University GE510: Graduate Genetics Students Human Genetics and the Genotype-Phenotype Problem.
October 2015 Lecture to Stony Brook University Chemical Biology Graduate Students on Post-translation Modifications, “N-terminal acetyltransferases and Translation”
May 2015 Lecture to Clinical and Research Genomics Class, Weill Cornell Medical College. Exome and Whole Genome Sequencing
July 2015 Online Videos, The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection, Henry Stewart Talks, “Human genetic variation and the genotype-phenotype problem.”

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December 2014 Lecture to Stony Brook University GE510: Graduate Genetics Students Human Genetics and the Genotype-Phenotype Problem

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November 2014 Lecture to Stony Brook University Undergraduate Psychology Student on Molecular Psychology, Stony Brook, NY. Human Genetic Variation and the Genotype-Phenotype Problem

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October 2014 Lecture to Stony Brook University Chemical Biology Graduate Students on Post-translational Modifications, Stony Brook, NY. N-terminal acetyltransferases and Translation

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September 2014 Lecture to Watson School Graduate Students on Human Genetics, Cold Spring Harbor, NY. Human Genetic Variation and the Genotype-Phenotype Problem

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January 2014 North Shore LIJ, Huntington Hospital, Grand Rounds, Speaker. Deep Brain Stimulation, Psychiatric Genetics, and iPS cell models of disease
2014 TechEmergence: Genetic Research, and its Application in Today’s Health Care System

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September 2013 Dinner Meeting and Presentation to Stony Brook University M.D. / Ph.D. Students, Career Advice
May 2013 NGS-Translate, Boston, USA, Workshop on Genomic Analysis, Invited Instructor. Exome and Genome Sequencing

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April 2013 Lecture to Clinical and Research Genomics Class, Weill Cornell Medical College. Exome and Whole Genome Sequencing
2013 MendelsPod: FDA Crackdown on 23andMe Delays a Revolution in Medicine, Says Medical Geneticist, Gholson Lyon

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2013 Advancing Precision Medicine through clinical grade whole genome sequencing, return of results and deep brain stimulation

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December 2012 Stony Brook University, Department of Psychiatry, Invited Speaker, Stony Brook, NY. Genetics and Genome Sequencing of Childhood-Onset Neuropsychiatric Disorders

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October 2012 Podcast for Rare Genomics Institute on Clinical Genomics, Educating the Public on the use of Clinical Exome Sequencing
September 2012 Journal Club with Psychiatry Residents and Faculty, Stony Brook, Department of Psychiatry
Spring 2012 Lecture to Cold Spring Harbor President’s Council, Ethics in Human Genetics Research
2012 GenPodcasts, A New Tool for Personal Genomics

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2012 New York Genome Center (NYGC) Podcast, Human Treatment for Patients: How to Handle Genetic Information

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2012 Talk from Gholson Lyon at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory In-House Symposium

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October 2011 Lecture for General Public on “Tourette Syndrome”, Salt Lake City Public Library; One hour

The 2011 William Allan Award of the American Society of Human Genetics to the Right Person “J.M. Optiz”? at the 61st Annual Meeting American Society of Human Genetics & XII International Congress of Human Genetics in Montreal, Canada               Opitz Allan Award ASHG 2011

September 2010 Lecture to Adult and Child Psychiatry Residents, Tourette Disorder; One hour
September 2009 Lecture to Adult and Child Psychiatry Residents, Tourette Disorder; One hour
Spring 2007 Journal Club for Third-Year Medical Students; 2 hours/week
Spring 2006 Evidence-Based Psychiatry for Medical Students; 3 hours/week
Fall 2005 Psychiatry Interviewing Class for Medical Students; 2 hours/week
Summer 2003 Gateways Minority Students Program, Leading Undergraduate Minority Students through hospital experiences; 3 hours/week
2001-2003 Trained Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows in Peptide Chemistry, HPLC, Mass Spectrometry, Molecular Biology, Protein Expression/Purification, Native Chemical Ligation and Bioassays; 10 hours/week
1999-2002 Host Defenses Weill-Cornell Medical College; 1st Year Medical Student’s 1 hour session per week for 8 weeks each year, not including preparation time.
1999-2002 Genes and Development, Weill-Cornell Medical College; 1st Year Medical Students, 1 hour session per week for 8 weeks each year, not including preparation time.
1999-2002 Molecules to Cells Weill-Cornell Medical College, 1st Year Medical Students, 1 hour session per week for 8 weeks each year, not including preparation time.
Summer 1995 Molecular Biology, Teaching Assistant, Dartmouth College; 5 hours/week
Fall 1994 System Dynamics, Teaching Assistant, Dartmouth College; 10 hours/week