Researchers at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have launched the Pediatric Cancer Genome Project to sequence the genomes of at least 600 children with cancer over the next 3 years. The collaboration marks the first time that whole-genome sequencing will be used on a large scale to discover genetic changes driving pediatric cancers. Read more > >
by Dr. Paulette Gray
The new year is beginning with a very important change for investigators intending to apply for grant dollars from NIH to support their research. As of January 25, the NIH grants application process will undergo the most significant changes to date with newly restructured and shortened application forms. Read more > >
The co-director of the Genome Center at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis discusses the cost, benefits, and technical challenges of sequencing cancer genomes. Read more > >
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