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Bustamante is a Stanford University geneticist, Mac Arthur genius and generally awesome.
Originally from Venezuela, Bustamante is working to include more Latinos and African-Americans in genetic research in order to better understand how diseases affect these populations over time, especially since this field is traditionally geared towards white populations.
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At his Stanford University lab, he also studies the domestication of dogs and rice.
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Were one of the groups that have really been very passionate about studying African-American populations and studying Hispanic-Latino populations so that they get brought into the fold of medical genetics research, says Bustamante, speaking for himself and fellow researchers in his Stanford lab.