Items Tagged ‘Epigenomics’

July 7th, 2017

Educating the next generation of innovators to usher in the genomic age of medicine

By Sharon Rosen shr02

By Susan Buckles Bright and eager minds are being primed to tackle the big data challenge that comes with genomic medicine. The Computational Genomics class, a collaboration between Mayo Clinic and the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign (Illinois), is aimed at developing a workforce with skills to more quickly, cheaply, and efficiently analyze, interpret, […]

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Tags: #Biostatistics, #genetic data analysis, #Genomic analysis, #Mayo Clinic & Illinois Alliance for Technology-based Healthcare, #Mayo-Illinois Computational Genomics Course, Bioinformatics, center for individualized medicine, DNA Sequencing, Epigenomics, Genomic Sequencing, mayo clinic, medical research


August 9th, 2016

Paper Published in Science Explores How a Genetic Mutation Causes Tumor Growth

By Sharon Rosen shr02

Article by Colette Rector, Public Affairs New research is shedding light on how a rare bone tumor develops. Zhiguo Zhang, Ph.D., a researcher at the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine, studied how a mutation contributes to bone tumor growth by impacting the epigenome — a series of chemical modifications that change how genes are […]

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Tags: #bone tumor, #CIMCon16, #Dr. Jennifer Westendorf, #Dr. Zhiguo Zhang, #Science Magazine, center for individualized medicine, Epigenomics, gene editing, mayo clinic


June 14th, 2016

Abstract Deadline Fast Approaching for Individualizing Medicine Conference 2016

By Jeff Briggs JeffreyBriggs

Okay, you’re probably still noodling out the final details of that great idea you have for the poster session on epigenomics or pharmacogenomics or microbiome.  Or did the big news about Mayo Clinic and the Center for Individualized Medicine being selected by the National Institutes of Health to serve as the national Precision Medicine Initiative […]

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Tags: #CIMCon16, Biobank, center for individualized medicine, Epigenomics, genomics, individualized medicine, Individualized Medicine Conference 2016, microbiome, NIH, pharmacogenomics, Precision Medicine


March 3rd, 2016

Individualizing Medicine Conference 2016: Mark Your Calendars for October 5–6

By Jeff Briggs JeffreyBriggs

Time off, travel plans, hotel reservations. These things don’t happen at the last minute. If you’re interested in genomic medicine and how precision medicine is being applied in health care today, you should be planning now to join us at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., for the 2016 Individualizing Medicine Conference. The dates are October […]

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Tags: #CIMCon2016, Biomarker Discovery, cancer, center for individualized medicine, DNA Sequencing, Epigenomics, genomic medicine, individualized medicine, individualizing medicine conference, individualizing medicine conference 2016, microbiome, pharmacogenomics


January 8th, 2016

Foreseeing the Future of Vaccines

By Jeff Briggs JeffreyBriggs

Is there a new “omics” coming to health care? Here at the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine we have epigenomics and pharmacogenomics. We have clinomics, and faithful readers of this blog know we love discussing genomics. Now, doctors at Mayo Clinic are pioneering a new field of research called vaccinomics. Their hope is to […]

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Tags: center for individualized medicine, Clinomics, Dr Greg Poland, Epigenomics, individualized medicine, mayo clinic, Mayo Clinic's Vaccine Research Group, pharmacogenomics, vaccinomics


September 25th, 2015

Individualizing Medicine 2015 Comes to an End

By Jeff Briggs JeffreyBriggs

Over 800 people from 31 states and 10 countries attended this year’s Individualizing Medicine Conference: From Promise to Practice. They heard presentations from over 125 experts about how individualized medicine can fulfill the promise of moving from the laboratory bench of the research to the bedside of the patient. After an opening symposium for the […]

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Tags: cancer, center for individualized medicine, Dr. J. Craig Venter, Epigenomics, Gianrico Farrugia, individualized medicine, pharmacogenomics, Precision Medicine


September 11th, 2015

Gianrico Farrugia, M.D., to Offer His Vision of Individualized Medicine in Conference Opening Address

By Jeff Briggs JeffreyBriggs

An old friend is returning to Rochester, Minn., site of the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine’s fourth annual conference on genomic medicine. Gianrico Farrugia, M.D., the former director of the center, and now vice president of Mayo Clinic and CEO of Mayo Clinic in Florida, will return to his roots in southeast Minnesota to […]

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Tags: biomarker, center for individualized medicine, Epigenomics, genomics, Gianrico Farrugia, individualized medicine, Individualized Medicine Conference 2015, microbiome, personalized medicine, pharmacogenomics, Precision Medicine


September 9th, 2015

Mayo Clinic Team Shares Comparison of Sequencing, Array Methods for DNA Methylation Profiling

By Jeff Briggs JeffreyBriggs

What are the biological mechanisms that switch genes on and off? Think of it like this: In identical twins, why does one twin develop cancer or rheumatoid arthritis or diabetes and the other doesn’t? Their DNA is exactly the same. That’s epigenomics at play. While the DNA is the same, the network of chemical switches […]

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Tags: center for individualized medicine, DNA methylation, DNA Testing, Dr. Julie Cunningham, Epigenetic research, Epigenomics


What Is Epigenomics And How Is It Helping in the Fight Against Cancer?

May 6th, 2015

What Is Epigenomics And How Is It Helping in the Fight Against Cancer?

By Jeff Briggs JeffreyBriggs

How is it that identical twins share exactly the same DNA and yet can exhibit dramatic differences in the way that they live and grow, and what illnesses they acquire as they age? It turns out that cells read the genetic code in DNA more like a script to be interpreted than a mold that […]

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Tags: cancer, center for individualized medicine, DNA, DNA Sequencing, Epigenomics, individualized medicine, Precision Medicine


May 15th, 2014

KLF14 and SK1 Lipid Signaling

By AJ Montpetit ajmontpetit

  Research from the Epigenomics Program was recently published,  in coordination with the Gastroenterology Research Unit, Departments of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Physiology and Biophysics, and Medicine, focusing on the KLF14 gene, which has elicited attention as master regulator of lipid metabolism. Sphingosine kinase 1 (SK1) is an FGF-inducible gene responsible for generation of sphingosine-1-phosphate, […]

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Tags: dna test, DNA Testing, Epigenomics, gene sequencing, genome science, genomic medicine, genomics, individualized medicine, personal genomics, personalized medicine, predictive medicine


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