Eyeing 10K Enrollees by 2010, Coriell Institute Refines Personalized Med Portal for End Users | GenomeWeb

Nearly halfway to meeting its goal of enrolling 10,000 people for its study looking at the impact of genomic-risk information on people's lives, the Coriell Institute updated researchers and industry representatives on the initiative at a conference on consumer genetics in Boston last week.

According to Erynn Gordon, senior genetic counselor at Coriell Institute, the personalized medicine project has so far enrolled 4,000 participants, and at this rate is hoping to meet its goal of 10,000 participants by 2010.

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