My thoughts and notes on a recently help workshop on Personal Genetic Testing held at the Department of Anthropology at University College, London.
A good and a bad example for how to share data from a high profile publication.
The National-Scale Population Sequencing Initiatives Rae that many governments have embarked upon to develop a new genome-based economy.
I have gone through the sequencing process three times, to do my genotype, my exome and my microbiome. As technologies […]
CircosVCF is a web based visualisation tool of genome-wide variant data described in VCF files using circos plots. The provided visualisation […]
Blog post originally published for Front Line Genomics. A recent article published in Nature on October 13th 2016  indicated […]
I have the pleasure to moderate next week a round table at the prestigious BioData World Congress, happening at Hinxton, […]
I am pleased that our article “Crowdsourced direct-to-consumer genomic analysis of a family quartet” is the second most influential article in […]
I find it worrying that in The Economist article “A Parthian shot” (February 13th) some genes inherited from Neanderthals are […]
Risking being called ‘Narcissome’ (as Michael Snyder’s work or Snyderome has been called), we not only have written about the Corpasome, […]