Coriell In The News
Dr. Erin O'Shea, a former chair of the Coriell ICOB, has been named the new president of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
Coriell provided insights to The Scientist for a comprehensive feature on human induced pluripotent stem cell automation.
Coriell acknowledges Dr. David Flockhart, a visionary advocate on behalf of precision medicine and a longtime collaborator with the Institute.
Dr. Michael Christman, Coriell's president and CEO, was recently consulted by a prominent national news source for his insights on direct-to-consumer genetic testing.
The 1000 Genomes Project, which houses its sample collection at Coriell Institute, has made inroads for human disease studies with a pair of papers published in Nature.
Dr. Dorit Berlin, Coriell's executive director of biobanking and scientific operations, was invited by the National Institutes of Health to participate in a two-day workshop broadcast to the research community.
Dr. Michael Christman discussed the promise of personalized medicine and its connection to several recent healthcare milestones in an interview with a business journal.
Coriell in headlines after announcing the availability of the world's largest stem cell collection.
Building on the success of a personalized medicine partnership formed in 2010, Coriell is enrolling an additional 4,500 Air Force participants into its innovative research study.
Dr. Michael Christman, Coriell's president and CEO, has been identified as one of South Jersey's most enterprising business figures.
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