Center for Medical Genomics unites researchers across Penn State

The Center for Medical Genomics at Penn State brings together researchers in medicine, genomics, biochemistry, statistics and computer science to advance basic genomic research and personalized medicine and translate that research into new diagnostic, therapeutic and preventive medical strategies.

The center is a collaboration between Penn State University Park and Penn State College of Medicine in Hershey, focusing on interdisciplinary research. Projects involve everything from collecting patient data to computational modeling. This video profile describes more about the center’s work. (See accessible version of video with audio description and transcript here.)

Researchers from the College of Medicine whose work is part of the center’s efforts include:

Center researchers at University Park include:

For details about the center, contact its director, Kateryna Makova, at kdm16@psu.edu or 814-863-1619, or visit the center’s website.

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