Recent advances in DNA sequencing technology have led to a better understanding of the many genes that play a role in brain development.
Understanding that cancer is caused by mutations in genes that regulate cell proliferation has led to the development of targeted drug therapies.
Over the past decade, the application of advanced DNA sequencing techniques has greatly increased our understanding of the genetic basis of autism.
Genetic data from a large number of tumor types reveal commonly mutated genes and uncover connections between different types of cancer.
A student discussion with the lecturers of the 2013 Holiday Lectures on Science.
Dr. Elinor Karlsson discusses her work with dogs as a model organism for genomic studies.