Today we are launching our new Populations Collaborations Program, which will provide financial and scientific support for researchers to genotype people in communities around the world who are underrepresented in genomic research. For full details about the program, read more here.
On May 17, 23andMe will be hosting our second annual Genome Research Day, a meeting focused on human genomics and related research occurring in and around the Bay Area. This year’s keynote features a fireside chat with our CEO Anne Wojcicki.
Register and submit your abstract by April 23.
23andMe will be starting a new collaboration with the Broad Institute, adding an additional 1 million research participants to the GIANT Consortium’s study on the genetics of height and obesity. Learn more about this project here.
Image Credit: Lauren Solomon, Broad Communications
Our collaboration with Marlena Fejzo at UCLA, “Placenta and appetite genes GDF15 and IGFBP7 are associated with hypermesis gravidarum,” is now published at Nature Communications.
We’re excited to announce the Global Genetics Project, our latest initiative to improve ancestry estimates and health research for populations that are traditionally underrepresented in genomics research. Learn more.
Expanding a series of initiatives to improve diversity in genomic research, 23andMe is launching what we’re calling the Populations Collaborations Program, partnering with researchers working across the globe to genotype people in communities who are underrepresented in genetic research.
Researcher Varun Warrier talks with 23andMe about his work studying autism, empathy and the "theory of the mind."
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Interview with Louis Muglia regarding his research collaboration with 23andMe for the study on preterm birth.
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