HPCGG

AcronymDefinition
HPCGGHarvard Partners Center for Genetics and Genomics
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From world-class research, to access to a major physician network serving over 2 million patients, HPCGG has the resources needed to start translating genomic results into better health care.
HPCGG is a joint enterprise between Harvard Medical School and Partners HealthCare System, dedicated to accelerating the realization of personalized medicine by discovering and integrating genetic knowledge into the healthcare system.
Raju Kucherlapati, director at HPCGG commented, "If we can improve the accuracy of warfarin dosing by our clinicians, even by modest percentages, we will increase the likelihood that patients will respond to therapy and ultimately we will reduce serious medical complications of therapy.
Upon completion of the study, both HPCGG and Metabolon expect to report results from the collaboration in a peer-reviewed publication.
HPCGG combines world-class scientific talent with access to a population of more than 2 million patients and their physicians, providing a continuum of resources and expertise to rapidly translate scientific discoveries into diagnoses and treatments that benefit patients.
professor of Genetics at HMS and scientific director of HPCGG.
Affymetrix and HPCGG estimate that it may take a year to develop the first chip-based diagnostic test for use in HPCGG's CLIA-approved lab.
Samuel Aronson, HPCGG Director of Information Technology.
The GIGPAD system was developed by team of information technology, scientific, clinical, and administrative specialists spanning the HPCGG, Partners Healthcare Information Systems and business partner Hewlett Packard.
Seidman's election to the National Academy of Sciences is truly an honor and represents well-deserved recognition of her scientific achievements both at HPCGG and throughout her career," noted Dr.
HPCGG provides Harvard Medical School and Partners with state-of-the-art facilities, technology, training, tools and resources required to promote genetics and genomics in research and clinical medicine.