Brain cancer, artwork

Glioblastoma Sex Differences Uncovered

It is widely appreciated that sex differences play a role in both the incidence of and treatment outcomes of many diseases, including some cancers....

We Have the Tools to Advance Precision Medicine, Why Aren’t We Using Them?

In 2013, much of the world was introduced to the burgeoning field of precision medicine when world-famous actress, Angelina Jolie, announced she had undergone...
Man And Woman Pushing In Opposite Directions Against Large Gavel

Amplification Litigation

A generation after heading the Human Genome Project, David J. Galas, Ph.D., established a research lab at the Keck Graduate Institute in Claremont, CA...
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What Does It Take to Drive Genomics into the Clinic?

When the rough draft of the human genome was completed in 2000, President Bill Clinton declared to the world that “Genome science will have...

Five-Year Super Successes in Genomics and Precision Medicine

Multidimensional, computationally rich approaches represent the next wave of innovation, taking personalized medicine to the next level, while demanding more of practitioners, who in...

Luminaries Share Their Thoughts on Advances in ‘Omics Over the Past Five Years

In 2014, a decade after the completion of the Human Genome Project, Clinical OMICs was launched as a new sister publication to Genetic Engineering...
Gemome Sequence Map

Big Data and Clinical Genomics

Progress Is Being Made Toward Using Big Data for Genomics-Guided Precision Medicine Precision medicine springs from a paradox. On the one hand, researchers in the...

Wearable Data Revolution

There is no doubt the age of wearable monitors is upon us. Sales of physical activity monitors have increased dramatically from 15 million in...
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