For over 25 years, the McDonnell Genome Institute has worked with partners around the globe to help advance the field of genomics as it applies to human health and disease.
Our relationships have yielded vast improvements in sequencing technology, as well as the production and analysis of meaningful, clinically relevant results. Our co-investigators are able to leverage our strengths as a world-class research institute and see us as a valuable asset that enhances their scientific capabilities and impact. View some of our collaborations:
TCGA: The Cancer Genome Atlas
A comprehensive and coordinated effort to accelerate our understanding of the molecular basis of cancer
Center for Common Disease Genomics
Collaborative large-scale genome sequencing effort comprehensively identifying rare risk and protective variants that contribute to common disease phenotypes
GRC: Genome Reference Consortium
Improving the sequence quality and accuracy of the human reference genome
CIViC: Clinical Interpretations of Variants in Cancer
If you are interested in a collaboration, or would like to get in touch, contact us.