Robinson Bradshaw

Topic: Consumer Genetics Show

Another Stop on the Road to the $1,000 Genome

The latest stop on the road to the $1,000 genome? San Francisco, CA, where J.P. Morgan’s 28th Annual Healthcare Conference is in full swing. There is an abundance of real-time Twitter coverage from the conference, but certain announcements warrant a more detailed discussion. The announcement generating the biggest buzz today came from Illumina, Inc., whose […]

The Genome In Silico and the Future of Whole-Genome Sequencing

In my previous post summarizing last weekend’s conference on Genetics and Ethics in the 21st Century I briefly mentioned Professor John Robertson’s discussion of the “genome in silico.” Using Illumina’s recently announced $48,000 whole-genome sequencing service as an example, Robertson wondered whether the future of whole-genome sequencing lies in converting the genome to silicon storage […]

Recap from the Consumer Genetics Show: Illumina Gets Personal in Advance of the Coming Bioinformatics Bottleneck

The first annual Consumer Genetics Show took place last week (June 9-11) in Boston, MA. With much anticipation — and some uncertainty about what to expect from the inaugural event — research, commercial and thought innovators from across the country came together to discuss the present and the future of consumer genetics technologies and services and the […]