(SLS1) Portability of Genetic Risk Scores to Underrepresented Populations Director of Studies: Manuel Corpas firstname.lastname@example.org Project description Background and aims of project […]
Tag: personal genomics
When should it be appropriate to utilise genome data for prescribing drugs?
Many medicines are currently prescribed as though they work equally well in all people, or the dose is adjusted depending […]
The Revolution of Single Cell Sequencing Trickling Right Now
An informal chat with to experts on the Genomics scene from the Cambridge (UK) perspective.
Highlights from #AGBT19
In this podcast, we talk to scientist Albert Vilella, who has been closely following what has been happening in the Twittersphere last week and in particular the renown #AGBT19 event at Marco Island, Florida.
Personal Genomes: Accessing, Sharing and Interpretation #PersGen19 conference – 11/12 Apr 2019 Hinxton, Cambridge
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.
Explaining what Cambridge Precision Medicine Does to the non-technical
Cambridge Precision Medicine (CPM) wishes to help clinicians interpret genomics for accurate diagnoses. Particularly in developed economies, clinicians in all […]
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 […]
Ranking personal genomes according to their likely health cost
How to create a system that ranks human genomes and what to do to avoid discrimination.
Personal Genomics Zone [Letter to readers]
Rebranding this blog to Personal Genomics.Zone: new mission and values!
Sequencing a deceased relative genome to learn about own health risks
DNA sequencing of my relative who passed away 4 years ago.