Stanford Med Student Study Suggests Genotyping Option Improved Learning in Personalized Medicine Course | GenomeWeb

Students genotyped as part of an elective personalized medicine course at Stanford University School of Medicine showed better improvement in their knowledge of class materials than those who didn't undergo testing, according to research published this week.

The study, which appeared online in PLOS One on Tuesday, reported results of voluntary surveys taken before and after the course, as well as a test measuring knowledge of course materials.

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