BY RAYMOND DE VRIES, PH.D.
Public trust and the future of precision medicine
By Allison Wilson
Using smartphone technology to improve genetic services and reduce birth defects in Ethiopia
By Alexandra Minna Stern, Ph.D.
Reflecting on early 20th century eugenic sterilization practices in California
By Kara Gavin
One whole endogenous retrovirus genome — and bits of 17 others — was spotted in a study of 2,500 human genomes.
Children with brain cancer may soon get some help from mice with the same disease, thanks to new research from U-M Medical School scientists and their colleagues.
Rare find in two Turkish children leads to discovery about autophagy.
By Lily Raff McCaulou Photos by Noah Stephens
The new precision medicine program at the U-M uses patients’ DNA and RNA to match them with personalized treatments.