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About the Institute

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A monthly update from NHGRI Director Eric D. Green, M.D., Ph.D.
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Long-Range Planning

NHGRI's plans for the future of the institute and genomic research
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Opportunities for diverse populations for research, training and education
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The NHGRI History of Genomics Program

Preserving the history of NHGRI and genomic research
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Reports and Publications

NHGRI leadership and staff publications


'Genomics2020': Taking Stock

Read MoreIn the December issue of The Genomics Landscape, NHGRI Director Dr. Eric Green recaps progress from NHGRI strategic planning process events in 2018. Other topics include: Examining How Race, Ethnicity, and Ancestry Data Are Used in Biomedical Research; the Workshop to Increase Access and Utilization of ENCODE Data; and a collection of papers on "Genomics and the Human Genome Project" that was recently published in a special issue of the Journal of the History of Biology.

Protecting Participants, Empowering Researchers: Providing Access to Genomic Summary Results

Read MoreThe National Institutes of Health has updated its Genomic Data Sharing Policy to again allow unrestricted access to genomic summary results for most of the studies it supports. These summary results come from analyzing pooled genomic data from multiple individuals together to generate a statistical result for the entire dataset. Such information can be a powerful tool for helping researchers determine which genomic variants potentially contribute to a disease or disorder.

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

Read more Washington University in St. Louis has 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.