Speaking at the Individualizing Medicine Conference 2014, Geoffrey Ginsburg, M.D. discussed the opportunities for genetics in medicine around the areas of sequencing, data sharing, eMedicine and more.
Dr. Geoffrey Ginsburg is the founding director of the Center for Applied Genomics in the Duke University Medical Center and the founding executive director of the Center for Personalized and Precision Medicine in the Duke University Health System. He is a professor of medicine, pathology and biomedical engineering at Duke University.
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