Robinson Bradshaw

Topic: WGS

DNA DTC: The Return of Direct to Consumer Whole Genome Sequencing

This morning, Gene By Gene, Ltd. – better known as the parent company of the popular genetic genealogy provider Family Tree DNA – formally announced a corporate reorganization that includes the debut of a new division, DNA DTC. (Apparently the news was also announced earlier this month at the Family Tree DNA Conference, although the company […]

Weekly Roundup: FDA Regulations, Science Funding and Newborn Screening

With so many developments at the intersection of genomics and the law, there is often a variety of interesting stories that, for one reason or another, don’t find their way into a full-length posting on the Genomics Law Report. In this post we recap several recent key developments and, at bottom, round up all of […]

Twitter Roundup: Personalized Medicine Conference Edition

With so many developments at the intersection of genomics and the law, there are often a variety of interesting stories that, for one reason or another, don’t find their way into a full-length posting on the Genomics Law Report. In addition to the regular @genomicslawyer Twitter recap, this week I was also tweeting from the […]

Next-Gen Sequencing Update: Sequencing for Thousands, Suing for Millions

It is shaping up to be an eventful fourth quarter for genomic sequencing companies. Investors welcomed sequencing newcomer Pacific Biosciences (PacBio) to the public stage with a strong initial public offering (IPO). According to The Wall Street Journal, the company managed “the first U.S. life-sciences [IPO] this year to price well and trade higher” (although […]

Back to the Future: NIH to Revisit Genomic Data-Sharing Policy

As first reported by GenomeWeb, last week the NIH issued a “Notice on Development of Data Sharing Policy for Sequence and Related Genomic Data.” Although the title doesn’t exactly trip off of the tongue, the NIH’s announcement provides an opportunity to review where we are and where we have already been when it comes to […]