Q&A: Mike Snyder on Data-Driven Personalized Medicine for All, Stanford's iPOP Study | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Mike Snyder, chair of the Department of Genetics at Stanford University School of Medicine, has been a pioneer of omics-driven personalized medicine.

In 2012, his lab made headlines when it published an "integrative personal omics profile" (iPOP) of Snyder that included an analysis of his genome sequence along with transcriptome, proteome, metabolome, and autoantibody profiles that were taken over a period of one to two years.

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