CHOP to Use NHGRI Clinical Sequencing Grant to Explore Issues of Returning Sequencing Results | GenomeWeb

By Julia Karow

This is the first in a series of profiles of centers awarded grants under the NHGRI's new Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research Project program. In our next issue, we plan to profile Brigham and Women's Hospital.

One of the main tasks of a new pediatric clinical sequencing project at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia will be to define what kind of information to return to patients, according to one of the principal investigators.

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