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TEDxCambridge: Decoding a Genomic Revolution

By Paul Goldsmith
In his September 13, TEDxCambridge lecture, ‘Decoding a Genomic Revolution,’ Broad associate member and MIT associate professor Manolis Kellis used details from his own genome to demonstrate how science can bridge the gap between genetic variants and disease. Check out the video below and accompany...

In his September 13, TEDxCambridge lecture, ‘Decoding a Genomic Revolution,’ Broad associate member and MIT associate professor Manolis Kellis used details from his own genome to demonstrate how science can bridge the gap between genetic variants and disease.

Check out the video below and accompany Kellis on a journey into his personal genome to find out how recent discoveries could change the future of medical care.

Catch all the lectures from the September installment of TEDxCambridge here.