Despite the adverse socio-political situation, a highlight was the role played by the Department of Human Genetics, in conjunction with Professor J P van Niekerk (Dean) and Dr Ernette du Toit, in the revocation of the Mixed Marriages Act in 1985.
What does DOHG stand for?
DOHG stands for Department of Human Genetics
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We are able to also show how to predict the spatial structure of worldwide populations," said Eskin, who also holds a joint appointment in the department of human genetics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.
Pierre Sidon  Pierre Heimann  Frederic Lambert  Barbara Dessars  Valerie Robin  Hakim El Housni  *  Department of Medical Genetics Free University of Brussels Brussels, Belgium  Department of Human Genetics CHU B35 University of Liege Lkge, Belgium  Department of Hemato-Oncology University Hospital Erasme Brussels, Belgium * Address correspondence to this author at: Department of Medical Genetics, Faculty of Medicine, Free University of Brussels, 808, route de Lennik, 1070 Brussels, Belgium.
From decision trees, graduate student Tao Shi of the Department of Human Genetics at the University of California, Los Angeles, took the audience into the woods as he described the use of "random forest" predictors to derive information from microarray data.
Sing of the Department of Human Genetics of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, called for a change towards a more holistic approach in "the way we do science and apply it," in order to solve some of the problems caused in the past by skewed values and shortsighted goals.