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Dr. Freimuth and his colleagues develop tools and methods that enable clinicians to use a person's unique genomic data to individualize care. These technologies are critical to making genomic-based precision medicine a reality.
Dr. Freimuth's Informatics of Genomic Medicine Laboratory at Mayo Clinic explores methods for integrating genomic data into tools that enable physicians to understand and make use of genomic data.
Current projects use pharmacogenomics as a starting point to develop the tools and technologies needed to realize genomic-based precision medicine.
Contact Dr. Freimuth's Informatics of Genomic Medicine Laboratory at Mayo Clinic about research, collaboration or educational opportunities.
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