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Tag: personal genomics
A Genome Blogger Manifesto -Revisited
Genome blogging refers to the sharing of experiences, results and data relative to a person’s genome. Normally, the information shared […]
Taking Genomics Personal
Genomics is transforming the way we do health and even the way we will live our life. It is thus […]
Interview at Cambridge TV
In this interview I talk about the current understanding of our personal genomes, my work at Repositive and my recently […]
The Role of Personal Genomics in Precision Medicine
The way I understand Personal Genomics is when one sequences/genotypes his/her genome outside of the clinical setting, usually using direct-to-consumer […]
#PerfectDNA #Book Now On Sale at Kindle!
With great pride I am happy to announce that the Perfect DNA book is now available on sale on Kindle. […]
That feeling when your work is cited in Wikipedia
This time it has caught me by surprise and to me is probably the greatest recognition of my work to date. […]
My Family Exome Analysis: Findings
After 4 years of work, I am pleased to say that two publications have emanated from this work: Low budget […]
Article “Crowdsourced Analysis of Family Genome” Among BMC Genomics Most Influential Articles for 2015
I am pleased that our article “Crowdsourced direct-to-consumer genomic analysis of a family quartet” is the second most influential article in […]
‘Perfect DNA’ Kindle Book catalogued as ‘Hot’!
Contrary to my expectations, Perfect DNA, a book that is now available for nominations at Kindle Scout is being catalogued […]