Sick Kids Drops Suit against GDB Researchers; Cuticchia Says New Database Project on the Way | GenomeWeb

At least part of an ugly dispute that began in October over ownership of the GDB Human Genome Database has been resolved.

Two weeks ago, Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children and Johns Hopkins University dropped their lawsuit against GDB Human Genome Database Ltd., an organization founded by several researchers who maintained the database, including former HSC employees Jamie Cuticchia, Gregg Silk, and Chris Porter, and Johns Hopkins scientist Conover Talbot.

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