DNA testing is gaining popularity. In 2017 alone, the number of people taking genealogy tests doubled, suggesting that one of every 25 American adults have had their genes analyzed - that’s about 12 million people.
The Columbia Precision Medicine Initiative is pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural Mouse genome editing subsidy awards, which are made possible by generous funding from Roy and Diana Vagelos.
Distinguished Lecture in Precision Medicine: Jeannette Wing, PhD. - At the Intersection of Health and Data
Jeannette Wing, Director of the Data Science Institute and Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University, delivered a Distinguished Lecture, as part of the ongoing Columbia Precision Medicine series.