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Blog / 03.15.17
Broad Institute research scientist Ashlee Earl probes the bacterial genome for factors driving the emergence and spread of antibiotic resistanceRead more
Susanna M. Hamilton and Lauren Solomon, Broad Communications
Blog / 02.16.17
Genetic predisposition to a higher waist-to-hip ratio, or “apple” body shape, contributes to development of type 2 diabetes and coronary heart disease, according to an analysis of multiple genomics studies.Read more
Blog / 01.30.17
In response to President Trump’s Executive Order on immigration, Broad Institute president and director Eric Lander, along with the Executive Leadership Team sent the following message to the Broad community.Read more
Lauren Solomon & Maria Nemchuck, Broad Communications; Sam Ogden, DFCI
Blog / 01.17.17
A cancer cell can also harbor thousands of structural variants — large-scale losses (deletions), duplications, swaps (translocations), and other changes — in its DNA. Matthew Meyerson and Rameen Beroukhim of the Broad Cancer Program and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute discuss the challenges to studying structural variations in cancer, why it is important to do so, and what researchers are learning that could benefit patients today and in the future.Read more
Susanna Hamilton, Broad Communications
Blog / 01.11.17
Miniature “organs-in-a-dish” are giving researchers at the Broad and elsewhere unprecedented opportunities to connect genetics with complex biology in a lab setting.Read more