At ASHG, Francis Collins Reports on Sequencing, Haplotypes, and More | GenomeWeb

TORONTO, Oct. 28 (GenomeWeb News) - During a break in sessions here at the 54th annual American Society of Human Genetics meeting yesterday, National Human Genome Research Institute leader Francis Collins sat down with a handful of reporters to discuss progress and future plans of the institute. This briefing ties into the report of the same theme that Collins' team delivers each year to the ASHG board.

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