UPCOMING WEBINAR

The Assyrian Studies Association's webinars focus on promoting the Assyrian heritage and culture. These webinars provide opportunities for participants to engage with scholars by joining in the conversation. Please note that registration is required.

To join our webinar, please complete the registration form to the right. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at alazar@assyrianstudiesassociation.org

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Meet our panelist

Dr. Michel Shamoon-Pour

Binghamton University

Dr. Michel Shamoon-Pour is a molecular anthropologist specializing in population genetics and paleogenomics. Dr. Shamoon-Pour received his PhD in Anthropology from Binghamton University in 2016. He is currently a Research Assistant Professor with the Binghamton University's First-year Research Immersion (FRI) program.

 

Dr. Shamoon-Pour's research primarily focuses on the genetics of understudied populations of the Middle East and Oceania. Shamoon-Pour has worked with members of Assyrian communities in the United States to reconstruct genetic matrilineages and patrilineages of pre-Genocide Assyrian settlements in the Middle East. A microbiologist by training, Shamoon-Pour's research also focuses on the diagnostics of Lyme disease and identification of Antimony-reducing bacteria from aquifers.

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The webinar in partnership with the Assyrian Policy Institute.

To join our webinar, please complete the registration form down below. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at alazar@assyrianstudiesassociation.org

ABOUT US

The Assyrian Studies Association promotes interest in and scholarly study of Assyrians and Assyria. It provides means for the publication of scholarly research and other materials designed to promote Assyrian studies. It promotes cooperative activities and exchange of information within the field and facilitates contact between scholars and scholarly organizations. 

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Woodland Hills, CA 91365

 

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