FinnGen Study Demonstrates Value of Analyzing Isolated Populations
Investigators from the University of Helsinki and the Broad Institute led the study, which looked at the effects of 44,370 variants on more than 1,900 diseases in participants.
Estonian Team Building Personalized Medicine Center of Excellence With €30M in National, EU Funding
Among many objectives, the project will perform whole-genome sequencing of 10,000 individuals to build out its reference genome set.
Asa Ren, G42 Healthcare Partner to Promote Genomics, Bioinformatics in Indonesia
Signed on the sidelines of the G20 summit, the partnership aims to support Indonesia's Biomedical and Genome Science Initiative for precision medicine.
Data from several presentations at the American Society of Human Genetics annual meeting demonstrated the benefits of using diverse ancestries in human genetic studies.
Recently compiled Mexican population genetic datasets reveal historical population structures, predict complex traits, and improve bioinformatic tools.