CHB Kicks Off $25K Challenge to Set Standards for Clinical Genomic Data Interpretation | GenomeWeb

Children's Hospital Boston this week launched a competition intended to "advance standards for genomic analysis and interpretation and the reporting of clear, actionable results to clinicians and patients."

With a $25,000 prize at stake, participants in the Children’s Leadership Award for the Reliable Interpretation and appropriate Transmission of Your genomic information, or CLARITY, contest will be given the task of identifying the genetic roots of unnamed disorders in three pediatric patients at CHB's Manton Center for Orphan Disease Research.

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