Clinical OMICS

JAN-FEB 2018

Healthcare magazine for research scientists, labs, pathologists, hospitals, cancer centers, physicians and biopharma companies providing news articles, expert interviews and videos about molecular diagnostics in precision medicine

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VOL. 5, Issue No. 1 January/February 2018 January/February 2018 Clinical OMICs 1 @ClinicalOMICs 26 | FEATURE Right Person, Right Drug : Pharmacogenomics Makes Inroads to the Clinical Setting 30 | DATA & INFORMATICS Better, Faster, Cheaper: Columbia University, NYGC Scientists Create Software that Improves Accuracy of Human DNA Matching 34 | IN THE LAB All in the Family. NOT: Researchers ID Gene Variant that Protects Against Alzheimer's Disease 39 | NEW PRODUCTS 44 | PRECISION MEDICINE Geisinger Goes National with Precision Health Initiative 48 | INDUSTRY EVENTS A New Approach to Autoimmunity Using multi-omic technology to reclassify and improve treatment for autoimmune disease. 20 2017 Year in Review From immunotherapy to developments in gene editing, experts in the field weigh in on the year's most important advances. 40 3 | NEWS Better Luck This Year: Oncocyte's Clinical Validation Study for Lung Cancer Diagnostic Delayed 10 | FROM THE EDITOR Turning the Corner on Molecular Testing Reimbursement 11 | OP-ED Current Applications for Liquid Biopsy 12 | FEATURE Adventures in Genetics: Rewriting the Story of Drug Development with PheWAS 16 | DIAGNOSTICS Parallel Lines: FDA, CMS Pursue Concurrent Reviews for 'Innovative' Diagnostics Cover: Seth Dixon / St. Jude; Above (top right): Bruce Blaus / Wikimedia Commons; (top left) Natali_Mis / Getty Images; (middle left) Science Photo Library - SCIEPRO / Getty Image; (middle right) Natali_Mis / Getty Image; (bottom left) zimmytws / Adobe Stock.

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