PGen Study to Survey 1K Subjects to Investigate Impact of Personal Genomics Data | GenomeWeb

Originally published March 6.

Researchers conducting a prospective analysis of the psychological and behavioral impact of personal genomics data announced this week that they are ready to send out surveys to study participants.

The Personal Genomics Study, or PGen, is being led by principal investigators Robert Green of Brigham and Women's Hospital and J. Scott Roberts of the University of Michigan School of Public Health.

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