Genetics 210: Personalized Medicine and Genomics. For: MDs, PhDs and curious students Spring term. Tue 2:15 – 4:05 Thur. 2:15-4:05 Genotyping : $15 copay Gene210.stanford.edu: info and FAQs . Today. Course overview (~30’) Informed consent (~30’) How to get genotyped (~10’)
For: MDs, PhDs and curious students
Spring term. Tue 2:15 – 4:05
Genotyping : $15 copay
Gene210.stanford.edu: info and FAQs
Course overview (~30’)
Informed consent (~30’)
How to get genotyped (~10’)
All time record
Voluntary. You can use a public genome file instead of your own.
Confidential – instructors will not know who opted to be genotyped.
Private – Your own DNA information will not be revealed.
Counseling - genetic counseling via 23andMe and medical/psychological counseling via Dr. Alan Schatzberg (Psychology, Stanford).
Report on specific genetic locus. Published on SNPedia.com
Class room debate on FDA legislation
Unanticipated opportunities that arise as you explore your genome
Annotate whole-genome for Stuart Kim or Aaron Gitler (adopted)
Write a grant for Kaiser-Permanente GWAS (n=110,000)
Analyze exome sequence data from ALS patients
Write an algorithm for choosing minimal n number of people to sequence to get all sequence data in a population
in the news
Chicago Medicine Magazine (story on page 18)
Salon Web Magazine (9/2013)
Stanford Medicine - DNA testing improves learning (8/13)
San Jose Mercury News (5/2013)
San Francisco Chronicle Recap
San Francisco Chronicle
Stanford Press Release
LA Times Blog
Center for Genetics and Society
Attend this information session.
Make check $15 to Stanford.
Bring check to Kathy Fisher in Beckman B300.
Fill out informed consent form
Bring samples back to Kathy B300
We will ship the group of samples back to company Tuesday 4pm Feb. 4
Results in 6-8 weeks.
Class starts Tuesday April 1, 2012.