Robinson Bradshaw

Topic: Sharon Terry

Evaluating the NIH’s New Genetic Testing Registry

This morning the NIH announced plans to create a publicly accessible registry of genetic tests.  The Genetic Testing Registry (GTR) is expected to be available in 2011 and will contain information voluntarily submitted by genetic test providers.  The news is significant and carries implications for clinical genetic testing laboratories, personal genomics service providers and individual […]

Long’s Op-Ed on Personal Genomics Comes Up Short

In an editorial in the Time’s of London’s Sunday edition – “When DNA means do not ask” – columnist Camilla Long took note of Glenn Close’s decision to sequence her genome. Long’s column begins with gossipy comments appropriate to her usual home turf (which is not science journalism). But she soon gets into territory clearly […]