Genomics and clinical care

20170808-clinical-genomicsAre you interested in how genomics can be used in clinical care?  A recent review in The Lancet discusses future directions for clinical application and discusses how specific technologies can be applied including: family health history, clinically important genomic variation, SNP array genotyping, and genome sequencing.  The article also discusses clinically relevant issues such as the disclosure of information to patients, the process of sharing genomic test results with patients, and patient-oriented resources and genomic medicine studies.

For more discussion, check out additional articles in Dr. Chuck Macri’s Genetics Journal Club  as well as additional full-text articles is available in Himmelfarb Library’s full-text collection:

To get background information on genomics, consult a title from Himmelfarb’s book collection which includes:

  • Pyeritz, R., Korf, B., & Grody, W. (2019). Emery and Rimoin’s principles and practice of medical genetics and genomics. Foundations (Seventh edition.). London, U.K: Academic Press is an imprint of Elsevier.
  • Moody, S. (2015). Principles of developmental genetics (2nd edition.). London: Elsevier Academic Press.  Himmelfarb Stacks: QH453.P756 2015

    • Congratulations to Sally Moody, PhD, chair of the Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology at #GWSMHS, whose book Principles of Developmental Genetics, 2nd Ed., was selected for Doody Enterprises, Inc. Core Titles in the Health Sciences.   The list of the most distinguished titles is used by librarians worldwide to develop and update their collections with the titles deemed most essential in over 120 specialties across clinical medicine, nursing, allied health, and basic sciences.

 

Image citation: Del Aguila, E. (No date). Image of young child with double helix [Online image].  Retrieve from https://www.nih.gov/news-events/news-releases/nih-accelerates-use-genomics-clinical-care on September 3, 2019.

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