George Church, Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Personal Genome Project
, PGP is a long-term effort to sequence thousands of complete genomes to enable research into personal genomics and personalized medicine.
2010) "Personal genomes in progress: from the human genome project to the personal genome project.
Personal Genome Project (Web) "Participation overview.
Another effort to increase the number of genomes accessible for public research is the Personal Genome Project ("PGP").
Public efforts such as the Personal Genome Project ("PGP") and 1000 Genomes Project take different approaches to data privacy.
These projects, of which the Personal Genome Project is the clearest example, represent in size, scope, and structure a new model of human genomic research--what we shall define and refer to throughout this Article as "public genomics.
For example, although the informed consent form for the Personal Genome Project provides a lengthy but "non-comprehensive list of hypothetical scenarios that could pose risks," it advises participants to check back frequently "to obtain the most current information regarding potential risks and discomforts as they become apparent.
org, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization which supports the Personal Genome Project and whose mission is to serve as a global ambassador for emerging technologies and knowledge that will positively impact the health and well-being of humankind.
The Personal Genome Project is an open-ended research study that aims to improve the understanding of genetic and environmental contributions to human traits.
To highlight how the community can spark new biomedical insight, QIAGEN also released an open collaborative analysis of myopia in 111 people whose genomes were sequenced through Harvard's Personal Genome Project
(PGP), which is a public repository of well-phenotyped human genomes.
The Personal Genome Project
is challenging the status quo and pioneering an open, communal approach to advancing the study of human health through genomic research," said Ram Appalaraju, vice president of marketing, Isilon Systems.
George Church, founder of the Personal Genome Project
and director of the Lipper Center for Computational Genetics at Harvard Medical School and Matthew Trunnell, manager of research computing at The Broad Institute, are among industry leaders joining Isilon CEO Sujal Patel to discuss the impact of continued IT innovation on the next generation of life sciences research.