Repetitive DNA sequences in health and disease: gift wrappings for precision medicine

Repetitive DNA sequences in health and disease: gift wrappings for precision medicine

Air date: Wednesday, June 14, 2017, 3:00:00 PM

Category: WALS – Wednesday Afternoon Lectures

Runtime: 00:48:44

Description: NIH Director’s Wednesday Afternoon Lecture Series

Dr. Ramos is recognized as a leading expert in the study of gene-gene and gene-environment interactions and genomic medicine. His research program integrates diverse approaches, ranging from molecular genetics to population-based public health studies in efforts to understand the genetic and genomic basis of human disease and to advance the goals of precision medicine. Ongoing basic science studies in his laboratory focus on repetitive genetic elements in the mammalian genome and their role in genome plasticity and disease, while his clinical work focuses on the characterization of diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers for chronic disease and cancer.

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Author: Ken Ramos, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Vice President for Precision Health Sciences; Interim Dean of the UA College of Medicine, Phoenix; Executive Director, Center for Applied Genetics and Genomic Medicine; Professor of Medicine, University of Arizona Health Sciences

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1 Response to Repetitive DNA sequences in health and disease: gift wrappings for precision medicine

  1. M Martin says:

    NIH Producers, turn up the volume!

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