Chris Gurnett presents at NextGen Precision Health Discovery Series (Links to an external site)

Christina Gurnett

Dr. Christina Gurnett talked about the Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences Precision Health function, including efforts to integrate of genomic and electronic health record data, engage community and research participants through return of research results, and her own basic science research developing methods to quantify the functional effects of thousands of gene variants using […]

WUSM Genomic Protocol and Consent Developed to Facilitate Genomic Research

Washington University School of Medicine Genomic Protocol and ConsentWould your research benefit from linking the genetic data you collect to electronic health records? Would you like to contribute to a shared research genomics + health records database at WashU School of Medicine? The ICTS Precision Medicine Function has developed an IRB approved protocol and consent that will permit the […]

Seeking Speakers for Precision Medicine Thursdays at Venture Café

Looking to advance your research towards commercialization? The Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences at Washington University sponsors monthly presentations at Venture Café that bring together innovative biomedical scientists in St. Louis with the local entrepreneurial community.  The scientists give brief presentations on the significance and current state of their research, along with next steps […]

Mother’s death sets twin scientists on journey to find precision cancer therapies (Links to an external site)

Their mother’s death when they were teenagers set identical twins Obi and Malachi Griffith on a shared path to find better cancer therapies. Today, the twins, both geneticists and computational biologists at the School of Medicine, are seeking precision treatments for the disease. The Griffith Lab, driven by the twins’ independent and complementary research interests, […]