The PeopleSeq Consortium officially kicked off their NIH- funded project in Boston, bringing together a cohort of leading academic and industry collaborators.
This Fall, G2P has had exciting updates with a new PeopleSeq grant. Our team has traveled from San Diego, Atlanta, and Fort Detrick to Basel, Zurich, and Barcelona, to several conferences, presenting new data from our translational genomics research projects.
From San Diego, Atlanta and Fort Detrick to Basel, Zurich and Barcelona, our team traveled to several conferences this fall, presenting new data from our translational genomics research projects.
Spring saw accomplishments by team members and new advances in direct-to-consumer testing. Dr. Kurt Christensen provides compelling detail about econogenomics cost and benefits to genetic sequencing, and Megan Maxwell discusses genetic counseling and the MilSeq project on a podcast.
Winter highlights include Dr. Robert Green’s interview with Rob Reid on the pros and cons to genetic sequencing, G2P team members’ participation in the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) conference, and our Understand Your Genome Educational Event in Boston.
Highlights include a CBS feature on the BabySeq Project, the announcement of the MilSeq collaboration with the U.S. Air Force, and more.
A remarkable 22% of patients had new monogenic disease risks, previously unknown to them or higher than expected. instead of showing signs of nervousness and upset, the patients took the next step into seeing a physician to discuss what they could do about it.
In spring, The New York Times highlighted G2P’s work with REVEAL-SCAN, team members participated in a 10k marathon to raise money for genetic research, and G2P researchers published a new article on direct-to-consumer testing.