Learn about some of the exciting news and events going on around the McDonnell Genome Institute.
Clinical teams ready; research for vaccines, drugs underway "geneticist Ting Wang, PhD, the Sanford and Karen Loewentheil Distinguished Professor of Medicine, and members of his lab built a genome browser to help researchers study the genetics of the COVID-19 virus and compare different strains."
Mother’s death sets twin scientists on journey to find precision cancer therapies
A detailed genetic road map will guide research into TB treatments, vaccines. This work and article features co-senior author Makedonka Mitreva, PhD, a professor of medicine and of genetics at Washington University and a researcher at the university’s McDonnell Genome Institute.
Washington University has received a grant from NIH that will support an open-source genomic database to advance precision medicine for cancer.
- PercayAI, launched by Kingdom Capital, represents the investment firm's commitment to cultivating new technologies that can help accelerate drug discovery and improve patient outcomes - Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis will continue to develop technology that will be commercialized through PercayAI as part of an ongoing collaboration with Kingdom Capital