Pan-Cancer project yields comprehensive map of cancer genomes
BRCA Exchange: Data Sharing for the Benefit of Science and Medicine
Beth Shapiro at Davos 2020: When Humankind Overrides Evolution
A team of international clinicians and scientists on Wednesday published findings from a comprehensive review of more than 2,600 cancer genomes, which observers say could further pave the way for clinicians to prescribe precise treatments to cancer patients based on their genes.
Nada Miljkovic | February 12, 2020 On February 7, 2020, Dr. David Haussler, a biomolecular engineer and the Director of the UCSC Genomics Institute sat down for an interview with Nada Miljkovic. During our interview, Dr. Haussler shares his insights about a broad...
Wherein we discuss our epic adventure to San Francisco for a Kitchen Sisters podcasting workshop, elephant seal supermoms, young activists, rankings, the Genomic Institute's move to the Westside, no more plastic bags at the Bay Tree, and Colson Whitehead's reading of...
Leonardo Art & Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER) is an international program bringing together artists, scientists, and scholars for short presentations. Join us February 19 for LASER Talks by award-winning novelist Karen Tei Yamashita, geochemist and paleoecologist Paul Koch, anthropologist and curator Nidhi Mahajan, and bioinformatician David Haussler. The diverse range of presentations will offer insightful glimpses into some of the myriad of research and practices of UC Santa Cruz faculty
“The Genomics Institute has been coming up with approaches to treating pediatric cancer that have never been tried before.”
– John “Bud” and Rebecca Colligan, who established the Colligan Presidential Chair