Business in China, developments in sickle-cell disease, and debate around human genome-editing intensifies. Welcome to the Week in Genomics!
Genomics will change what patients expect from their provider, as well as change how physicians treat them. Before this happens, education on both sides is needed. This month we look at some of the big talking points.
Partnership between WuXiNextCode and Fudan Children’s Hospital aims to create national centre of excellence for research, diagnostics, treatment and care.
Biobanks are vital resources for current healthcare research and precision medicine, but there are still many challenges to overcome.
Studying patient’s genome helped to suggest personalised treatment options for children with cancer.
Believe in Me Foundation donation will support Greenwood Genetic Center’s work to develop autism screening test.
Study involving tens of thousands of people adds weight to observation that low vitamin D levels are associated with multiple sclerosis.
A look ahead to the workshops at Festival of Genomics California.
Reprogramming damaged retinal cells to detect light again could form basis of a general gene-therapy for blindness.
Vanderbilt University survey clinicians on pharmacogenomic attitudes It’s often said that the biggest barrier to integrating genomics into routine healthcare, is healthcare itself. There are doubts over how well equipped clinicians are to manage genomic data, or act on genomic test results. If you’ve been to any of the big conferences this summer, you’ve likely […]