Michael Murray

Michael Murray has become director of clinical operations in the Center for Genomic Health at Yale University School of Medicine. He joins Yale from the Geisinger Health System, where he was director of clinical genomics and was leading the GenomeFIRST return of results program, which is part of Geisinger's MyCode Community Heath Initiative. In his new role at Yale, he will similarly focus on bringing clinical genomics to large patient cohorts.


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