I never posted anything personal on this blog. It’s time to do publish a personal piece. A reader from Hungary (and likely future collaborator) asked me why I decided to write about genetics. Beyond being a scientist, so genetics is my bread and butter, my inspiration comes from the 2011 Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Reporting […]Read more "2011 Pulitzer Prize turned out to be my daily inspiration."
Our bodies have a wonderful collection of genes and chromosomes that make up our very own distinct DNA in each of us. Our DNA is like a fingerprint; it’s only unique to you and no one else’s matches yours. Yes there are heriditary sequencing from our parents and family but that’s only a part of […]Read more "Our DNA Heritage and Our Health"
A growing understanding of human genetics holds the promise to dramatically change healthcare through customized preventative care and treatments. Our health dictated by our genetics: The percentage of our health dictated by our genetics and the faction by behavior and environment depends on individual diseases. Some diseases are entirely genetic and they are called 100 […]Read more "3 reasons why genetics will dramatically change healthcare in the near future."
In the near future the affordability of genomic sequencing will make it as routine as a blood test, offering people a new frontier in understanding their own identity in relation to genomics and treatment pathways. Around the world, genomics developments of profound potential are already occurring. These range from extending individuals knowledge of their own […]Read more "Genomics: How we can all play a role in shaping the future of health research"