Focusing on opportunities and limitations in personal genetic testing, the benefits of sharing personal genomes, the challenges, resources and technologies to help with interpretation of personal genomes.
My thoughts and notes on a recently help workshop on Personal Genetic Testing held at the Department of Anthropology at University College, London.
Why is not personal genomics having a tangible effect in the health of the normal population? Read here why.
To my surprise, to date no one has thought of creating a genome project that focuses on the family. More […]
The way I understand Personal Genomics is when one sequences/genotypes his/her genome outside of the clinical setting, usually using direct-to-consumer […]
With great pride I am happy to announce that the Perfect DNA book is now available on sale on Kindle. […]
This time it has caught me by surprise and to me is probably the greatest recognition of my work to date. […]
Blog post originally published for Front Line Genomics. A recent article published in Nature on October 13th 2016  indicated […]
After 4 years of work, I am pleased to say that two publications have emanated from this work: Low budget […]
What does medicine look like in the era of personal genomics? Dr Manuel Corpas of The Genome Analysis Centre, UK, explores […]