Cambridge Precision Medicine (CPM) wishes to help clinicians interpret genomics for accurate diagnoses. Particularly in developed economies, clinicians in all […]
#GenomicsFest London 2018 Day 1 Impressions
Using my phone camera carried out short interviews to attendees at the Festival of Genomics London 2018. I was interested […]
‘Culture Stands on the Way of Biomedical Data FAIR Values’ Think #ELIXIR4Innovation Audience
The FAIR acronym in the context of biomedical data refers to the need for any data produced with public funds […]
Watson & Crick’s Structure of DNA Paper in 28 Tweets
Some of you Twitter monsters like myself may have cheered with more of less enthusiasm the change in Twitter policy […]
The Highlights of GA4GH’s 2017 Plenary Meeting
October 15-17, Hilton Orlando, Florida Repositive is pleased to participate and contribute to the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health […]
How should we deal with the health data from deceased relatives?
A recent news article has been published in Nature entitled ‘Gene-expression study raises thorny ethical issues‘. This is to do […]
A brief summary of ‘Genomic Medicine 2017 Cambridge’ 26-27 September
I am happy to give a brief summary of most presentations that formed part of the program of the ‘Genomic […]
Whole genome sequencing data from 4 years deceased relative now in the public domain
Genomic DNA from my Aunt, who passed 4 years ago, sequenced on Illumina
Only one step away from having my deceased Aunt’s whole genome sequenced
All the technical steps my deceased Aunt’s DNA had to go through before the actual process of sequencing her genome.
Navigating the Personal Genetic Testing Maze
My thoughts and notes on a recently help workshop on Personal Genetic Testing held at the Department of Anthropology at University College, London.