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"Sharing genomic information among researchers is critical to the advance of biomedical research. Yet genomic data contains identifiable information and, in the wrong hands, poses a risk to individual privacy. If someone had access to your genome sequence — either directly from your saliva or other...
Oct 29 2015 | The Scientist
"Anonymous patients whose DNA data is shared via a network of web servers—or beacons—set up by the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health are at risk of being reidentified, according to a report published today (October 29) in The American Journal of Human Genetics.
"Population geneticist Carlos Bustamante will lead a new biomedical data department founded to advance precision health."
Sep 10 2015
Want to hear a discussion of Mexican genetic diversity, in Spanish? Guests include Dr. Carlos Bustamante, Professor, Department of Genetics, Stanford University, Co-Founding Director, Stanford Center for Computational, Human, and Evolutionary Genomics  and Dr. Andres Moreno Estrada, Researcher,...
Aug 5 2015 | Mexican Museum, San Francisco | Posted In: Faculty
For Immediate Release The Mexican Museum to Host Talk by Dr. Carlos D. Bustamante, Renowned Professor of Genetics at Stanford University Program on August 17 highlights surprising new research on ethnic diversity of Mexico’s people