Monday, May 6, 2013

PHOTOS - Genomes Environments Traits Conference 2013

Sharon Terry of Reg4all.org
Working to build a registry for patients with any and all diseases.
Emphasized the need to make clinical data "ours" not "theirs."
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Misha Angrist - Assistant Professor at Duke University Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy.
Misha was the fourth person to have his genome sequenced as part of the personal genome project.
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Jack Hitt author of "Bunch of Amateurs"
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Dr. Ed Wild of HDBuzz.net
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Robert Krulwich and Dorit S. Berlin, Ph.D. Dorit is principal investigator of the NIGMS Human Genetic Cell Repository.
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Sandra de Castro Buffington director of Hollywood, Health & Society
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Stephen Friend MD, PhD of Sage Bionetworks
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Stephen Heuser of eth Boston Globe and Steven Pinker - Harvard Professor of Evolutionary Psychology.
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Wally Gilbert - 1980 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry for seminal work on DNA sequencing methods
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George Church and his gentle genome
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George Church contemplates privacy issues surrounding personal genome data.
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Jeffrey Carrol of HDBuzz.net
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Stephen Friend has amazing green-rimmed specs.
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