Personalized medicine, Stephen Fodor
Interviewee: Stephen Fodor. Stephen Fodor personalized medicine.
Well in the world of so-called personalized medicine, the opportunity there is that each of course has a different genome and what we'd like to understand is what are the differences in the genome among different individuals, and how does that correlate not only to human health and disease onset, but also to response to therapeutics.
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Stephen Fodor talks about the need to look broadly across the genome to find the relationship between genes and health in different people.
Stephen Fodor talks about understanding genes and health.
Stephen Fodor talks about bringing the knowledge gathered by the Human Genome Project to the individual researcher.
Stephen Fodor talks about how an individual's gene expression profile can help determine what therapies might work best.
Stephen Fodor talks about manufacturing the gene chip.
Stephen Fodor discusses the experiments that laid the groundwork for GeneChip technology.
Stephen Fodor continues his discussion of the experiments that laid the groundwork for GeneChip technology.
Stephen Fodor talks about limit to the gene chip.
In the early 1990s, Stephen Fodor and his team developed a technique to produce miniature arrays of biological molecules
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