Genome Sequencing News

Baylor, Texas Children’s join national collaboration to solve most difficult, rare medical casesJul 1, 2014
New national network of clinicians and scientists are joining forces to address prolonged undiagnosed medical conditions.
Dr. Matthew J. Ellis named new director of Lester and Sue Smith Breast CenterJun 10, 2014
Dr. Matthew Ellis, a renowned clinician scientist in the area of genomics and molecular profiling of breast cancer, has been named as the new director of the Lester and Sue Smith Breast Center at Baylor.
Dr. Richard Gibbs awarded prestigious Companion of the Order of Australia Jun 9, 2014
Renowned genomics researcher Dr. Richard Gibbs awarded prestigious honor of the Companion of the Order of Australia – an accolade issued by the Australian government that recognizes eminent achievement, merit of the highest degree in service to Australia.
International collaboration explains sheep genome, secrets of unique digestive and metabolic systemsJun 5, 2014
An international team of scientists including our Human Genome Sequencing Center has completed the first ever sequence of the sheep genome.
Landmark study reveals first genetic snapshots of unique placental microbiomeMay 21, 2014
Baylor study finds placenta harbors unique, low abundant microbiome.
New tool analyzes sequence data to identify disease-causing genesMay 1, 2014
Baylor researchers outline best practices for computer program used to discover underlying genetic causes of complex traits and diseases.
New syndrome caused by mutations in AHDC1May 1, 2014
Study identifies gene underlying newly recognized syndrome that has symptoms of sleep apnea, delayed speech and hypotonia, or generalized upper body weakness.
Not just moms: Males also play role in epigenetic changeMay 1, 2014
Baylor study finds paternal component to fetal epigenome.
Researchers find maternal nutrition before pregnancy leaves permanent marks on child’s genome Apr 29, 2014
Study finds mothers’ nutrition around time of conception causes epigenetic changes that permanently and systemically impact their children.
Protein expression gets the heart pumpingApr 22, 2014
Baylor researchers find the days and weeks following birth are full of cellular changes that play a role in the structure and function of the heart.