Kathy Hudson, Next-Gen Sequencing on the Rise, Centers of Excellence in Genomic Sciences, and More | GenomeWeb

Kathy Hudson, director of the Genetics and Public Policy Center at Johns Hopkins University, appeared on the cover of last year's October issue of Genome Technology. In the cover story on personalized medicine's move into the clinic, Hudson was cautiously optimistic. "I think in general the hype has exceeded the reality, but there is reason to be excited and optimistic," she said then. Hudson is now expected to join the National Institutes of Health as chief of staff to Director Francis Collins.

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