Should EVERYONE have their full genome sequenced? A Conversation with Robert Green, MD, head of Genomes 2 People at Brigham and Women’s and Founder of Genome Medical

  • Mar 31, 2020

Should EVERYONE have their full genome sequenced? A Conversation with Robert Green, MD, head of Genomes 2 People at Brigham and Women’s and Founder of Genome Medical

 
 
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Today’s Guest: Robert Green, MD | Director, G2P Research, Division of Genetics, Brigham & Women’s Hospital | Founder, Genome Medical | Professor of Medicine (Genetics), Harvard Medical School

Greg and Robert explode some of the persistent myths around genetic testing and dive in to the future of genetic testing amongst healthy populations

 

Important Links:

Robert’s Bio: https://www.genomes2people.org/about/director/

Genomes2People: https://www.genomes2people.org/

Genome Medical: https://www.genomemedical.com/

Robert’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-green-md-mph-54286135/

Robert’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/RobertCGreen

 

 

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