University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Most Genetic Counselors Encounter Discrepant Variant Classifications, Must Work Out Interpretations
While neither common nor rare, discrepant variant classification can affect the management of patient care, and there are efforts to improve interpretations.
UTHealth Team Wins $2.6M Grant to Study Gene-Environment Interactions in Cocaine Use
The researchers will analyze thousands of DNA samples to characterize the role of two specific environmental factors that interact with genetics in cocaine addiction.
UTHealth Awarded $5.8M Grant for Cancer Bioinformatics Core
With the funding, UTHealth's Wenjin Zheng will form the Data Science and Informatics Core for Cancer Research.
Fluxion Bioscience, UTHealth Collaborate on Liquid Biopsy Development
Both institutions aim to develop novel liquid biopsy approaches that would improve physicians' ability to diagnose, monitor, and treat cancer patients.
Genomics in the Journals: 2013.06.20
An albino Western lowland gorilla nicknamed Snowflake was likely the product of inbreeding between wild gorillas, according to a genome sequencing study in BMC Genomics.