Front Line Genomics Magazine – Issue Five
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- Spit it Out! – How Abogen Is Changing The Healthcare Paradigm
Chief scientific officer and Co-Founder Stephen Andrews explains why saliva collection is easier for patients and researchers alike!
- ASHG 2015
We get an advance preview of the ASHG 2015 Annual Meeting.
- Plasma Genotyping – A Technology Poised For Widespread Clinical Adoption in Lung Cancer
Adrian Sacher, research fellow at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, explores the gap in bringing liquid biopsies to the clinic.
- Taking Risks and Getting There First – From the $1000 Genome to Cracking the Mass Consumer Market
Illumina CEO Jay Flatley shows us sequencing in the world of Helix.
- Autism – Prevention, Amelioration or Cure?
Roger Stevenson, Co-Founder of Greenwood Genetic Center, describes GGC’s autism research and a potential diagnostic blood test.
- Getting Precision Genomics to the Clinic
Pravin Mishra, Director of the Precision Genomics Laboratory at Intermountain Health, explains how we can make precision therapies a reality for patients.
- Everything Has Grown: From Single Genes to Entire Genomes
Neil Risch, President of ASHG, talks us through his cross-disciplinary approach to human genetics in a field where the genomes and the data are growing exponentially.
- Festival of Genomics
A preview of what to expect at Festival of Genomics California this November.
- Who needs education?
We chat with Mark Wanner, Senior Science Writer at The Jackson Lab, about the educational barriers to implementing precision genomics in the clinic.
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