What Should NHGRI Do Next?180 Experts Chime In | GenomeWeb

By Adrienne Burke

As genomics meetings go, Beyond the Beginning: The Future of Genomics — a two-night retreat held by the National Human Genome Research Institute in Warrenton, Va., in November — was one for the history books. Its outcome will be a report that, pending approval by the National Advisory Council for Human Genome Research next month, will outline for the genomics community how NHGRI sees its mission once the Human Genome Project is completed.

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