Personal Genotyping Course Progress Report | GenomeWeb

At the Stanford School of Medicine's Scope blog, Lia Steakley recounts student participation in the school's summer elective course that offered the physicians-in-training the option to study their own genotype data. "Overall, 33 students in the class of 60 … opted for personal genotyping. Ten others analyzed their genetic background using commercial services before the class," Steakley reports, adding that a Stanford task force will deliberate to determine whether to offer the course again.

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