PGx to Play Central Role in New Genomics Institute Created by MIT/Whitehead, Harvard | GenomeWeb

MIT, Harvard, and the Whitehead Institute have created a new institute, called the Eli and Edythe L. Broad Institute, which aims at using pharmacogenomics technologies to bridge the gap between the human genome project and clinical medicine.

Given this goal of taking genomics to the clinic, pharmacogenomics disciplines, especially SNP-genotyping and gene-expression, will play a central role in research at the Broad institute, according to a faculty member.

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