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Susanna M. Hamilton, Broad Communications
News / 08.21.17
A mutation pattern or “signature” linked to defects in two genes points to other ways an important DNA repair mechanism can be shut off in breast cancer.Read more
Lauren Solomon, Broad Communications
Blog / 08.14.17
The 3,000+ genome-wide association studies (GWAS) published over the last 10+ years have revealed more than 39,000 genetic links to human traits and disease. Has all the effort been worth it? And is there a future for GWAS?Read more
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News / 08.14.17
By probing genetic variation, scientists continue to unearth the roots of disease and pave the way for precision medicine.Read more
Credit: Susanna M. Hamilton, Broad Communications
Podcast / 08.14.17
Joel Hirschhorn, institute member and co-director of the Metabolism Program at the Broad Institute and professor of pediatrics and genetics at Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital, sits down with BioLogic to talk about how the research community has approached genome-wide association studies (GWAS) from concept to execution through the last decade.Read more
Visuals / 08.14.17
What is... a genome-wide association study?Read more