Genomics

The future of individualized medicine may depend on an army of one million volunteers. And scientists want you to get involved. ...

The National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program has begun to return genetic results to participants who have donated biosamples for research....

While the collection of health data and information has always been part of medicine, advancements in technology have made it easier to compile this information from various sources and parse it out to identify trends. While making sense out of large swaths of information is a difficult task, it’s exactly what Dr. Jomol Mathew was hired to do....

The following webinar, presented via a collaboration between the Foundation for Black Women's Wellness, the UW-Madison Collaborative Center for Health Equity, and the 'All of Us' Research Program at UW-Madison, highlights the importance of African American communities' participation in health research....

The vast amount if scientific advancements have been made within the field of genomics have allowed for the field of precision medicine to transition froma previously hopeful fantasy to an impactful reality....

Over the past few years, DNA tests have become more popular across the country. However, unscrupulous people are taking advantage of the buzz around these tests to scam Medicare beneficiaries....

Precision medicine and genomics will play a critical role in healthcare, but the industry will need to address several barriers to effectively leverage this data....

Individualized medicine, in which treatments are customized based on a patient’s unique DNA, is a rising field. Along with an ever-expanding genetic database, it offers tantalizing promise for solving some of medicine's most daunting challenges....

In recent years, genomics and genetic data have emerged as an innovative area of research that could potentially transform healthcare. This information could accelerate precision medicine, paving the way for individualized therapies tailored to each person....