Mobile technology, cheaper sequencing, and increasingly sophisticated informatics are opening up a new era of patient power. What’s holding us back?
Technophile, serial innovator, scientist and doctor, Nazneen Rahman has made a career out of taking new technologies and putting them to good use
Earlier this year we caught up with ACMG Head Michael Watson as he reflects how things have changed for the sector, and the challenges yet to come…
How do you make sure you’re ahead of the game? Simple; set the bar high, trust your team, and go for it, says AstraZeneca’s Brian Dougherty
Heidi Rehm explains why sharing data can help support clinicians and laboratories in understanding of genomic variation and gene-disease relationships
After retraining as a medical geneticist, Robert Green has never looked back. Today, he is one of the leading lights in the journey towards genomic medicine.
Correctly diagnosing Ebola was critical in controlling the West African epidemic. We found out from Kristian Andersen what it was like on the ground
Wendy Rubinstein looks at why getting genomics to physicians’ desks is proving so problematic
When it comes to prenatal genomics, there aren’t many bigger names than Diana Bianchi
Eric Green has been involved in genomics from the very beginning, from the first human genome to the NHGRI. Was he always destined for a career in genomics?
Over the past few years, the role of genomics in the clinic has expanded enormously. At the forefront is the Genomes2People (G2P) Research Program
Ahead of this year’s Festival in Boston, and another all-star production of DNA Dialogues, Dilemmas and Drama, we sat down with Lynn Bush to find out more about her inspiration.
We discuss cancer diagnostics and digital PCR with George Karlin-Neumann, scientific director of affairs at Bio-Rad’s Digital Biology Center
We spoke to Katia Moritz, clinician, filmmaker, and patient advocate about her film Undiagnosed: Medical Refugees
Front Line Genomics met with Nazneen Aziz to understand where the war on cancer will be won.