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Published on Sep 1, 2011
Professor Vanessa Hayes is internationally renowned for her study of human diversity and genomics of the Kalahari Bushmen of Southern Africa.
This is the final of four parts of an interview with Adam Spencer, presenter of 702 ABC Sydney breakfast, as part of the ceremony for the 2011 Cancer Institute NSW Premier's Awards for Outstanding Cancer Research held on 14 July 2011.
A previous award winner of the NSW cancer research awards, Vanessa Hayes is currently Professor of Genomics Medicine at the J.Craig Venter Institute, San Diego, and has let technology and its applications to the field of genomics lead her career, which has taken her around the globe.