GT All-Stars on Sequencing And Bioinformatics, the Rise of Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing, More | GenomeWeb

Back in 2002, Genome Technology lauded the stars in the field. After two rounds of balloting, readers said that Washington University in St. Louis' Elaine Mardis was the most outstanding in sequencing technology and that CuraGen's Martin Leach was the most innovative in bioinformatics.

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