"Our work can uncover solutions to nearly any medical problem because genetics pervades all clinical specialties; anything you can think of that differs between individuals—including susceptibility to diseases—has a genetic component. By uncovering genetic variables, we hope to deliver more precise, more effective treatments."
"Launching the Ginsburg Center within the Institute for Precision Health is a milestone in our work to bridge cutting-edge genetic research and direct patient care with individually targeted treatments..." - Daniel Geschwind, MD, PhDLearn more
Kenneth Lange, PhD elected member of the National Academy of Sciences in recognition of his distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.Learn more
Arun Durvasula, PhD and Sriram Sankaraman, PhD published in Science Advances with evidence for a previously unknown population of ancient humans.Learn more
Daniel Geschwind, MD, PhD awarded National Academy of Medicine prize in recognition of his pioneering research and leadership in autism genetics.Learn more
Paul Boutros, PhD to lead Tool Optimization Core of the NIH Common Fund's Bridge to Artificial Intelligence (Bridge2AI) program at UCLA.Learn more
The Department of Human Genetics and Institute of Precision Health launch the Dr. Allen and Charlotte Ginsburg Center for Precision Genomic Medicine.Learn more
Aileen Nava, Genetics and Genomics PhD student, selected to participate in the 72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, which will gather Nobel Laureates and Young Scientists in the field of Physiology/Medicine at Lake Constance in the last week of June 2023.Learn more