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NHGRI Director Eric D. Green receives honorary degree from Washington University in St. Louis

Read more Washington University in St. Louis awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree to Eric D. Green, M.D., Ph.D., director of NIH's National Human Genome Research Institute, in recognition of his contributions to the field of genomics and its application to medicine. This is the third award given to Dr. Green by Washington University.

NIH completes in-depth genomic analysis of 33 cancer types

Read MoreResearchers funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have completed a detailed analysis on over 10,000 tumors from 33 forms of cancer from a dataset containing molecular and clinical information. Known as the Pan-Cancer Atlas, and published as a collection of 27 papers across a suite of Cell journals, this analysis empowers cancer clinicians and researchers through a comprehensive understanding of how, where and why tumors arise in humans.

Celebrate 15 ways genomics is influencing our lives

DNA DayOn April 5th, NHGRI will launch the '15 for 15' Celebration to honor the 15th anniversary of the Human Genome Project's completion. Beginning April 5th, and each business day leading up to National DNA Day on April 25th, NHGRI will reveal one of 15 topics that illustrate the genomic developments made since the end of the Human Genome Project and emphasize the importance of genomics in people's lives. Learn how you can participate and celebrate 15 years of National DNA Day.