Human Pangenome Reference Consortium is an international effort focused on developing an inclusive collection of human reference genomes that represent human haplotype diversity and the tool ecosystem needed to fully utilize this resource. The consortium welcomes the participation of all additional academic, industry partners and non-profit organizations. The value for these members is a highly interactive research environment that involves many aspects of the Human Pangenome Reference Research.
Associate membership applications are available for Principal Investigators and Senior Scientific Leaders of Industry Partners. Once established associate membership status will be extended to laboratory members, graduate students, and post-doctoral members. To apply to become an associate member, please complete and submit this form.
Hardip Patel, Australian National University
Simon Easteal, Australian National University
Jeffrey Rosenfeld, Rutgers University
Steven Salzberg, Johns Hopkins University
George Liu, USDA ARS
Obed Garcia, Stanford University
Shilpa Garg, University of Copenhagen
Ahmad Abou Tayoun, Al Jalila Children’s Speciality Hospital and Mohammed Bin Rashid University
Guillaume Bourque, McGill University
Corey Watson, University of Louisville