Decades of steady progress in pharmacogenetics have unearthed hundreds of associations between genes and drug response. But the field has to solve some theoretical and practical issues before it can deliver on the promise of personalized drug therapy.
It's an exhilarating time for genome-wide association studies
There is growing recognition that epigenetics may be just as important as genetics in human health and disease.
Bringing Bioinformatics to Secondary Schools
Bridging the scales of computational and experimental research
An opportunity and a challenge
The study of HIV evolution is not only critical to fighting the virus; it has also driven advances in the computational tools used to study evolution in general.
Building upon the clues provided by GWAS to gain new insights
How data about genes, physical activity, and the environment are yielding insights about obesity
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