#TGMIFriday favourites


#TGMIFriday favouritesThe TGMI blog is taking a vacation this week. We didn’t want to leave your inbox empty, so here are a few of our most popular and interesting blog posts of the last few months. If you haven’t seen them before, this is your chance to catch up with some #TGMIFriday favourites, and remember to sign up to our mailing list to stay up to date on new posts.

 

Changing direction in genetic testing

Genetic testing used to be driven by medicine. But cheap DNA sequencing now offers an opportunity to use genetic testing to drive medicine. How do we achieve this?

 

Why study rare genetic conditions?

Studying rare genetic conditions provides opportunities to have immediate clinical impact and to generate new scientific knowledge.

 

Sharing genome data

What if a research participant wants to see their own genetic data?  How much data should researchers share? And with whom?

 

Inconsistency in genetic medicine

Inconsistency is rife throughout genetic medicine. Why? And what can we do about it?

 

Stabilising gene symbols

Implementing fixed, universally-used gene symbols is a central aim of the TGMI.

 

 

 

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