Tenenbaum Paper Selected Among Top 25 Contributions to Translational Bioinformatics in 2013

 

 

Jessie Tenenbaum

A paper authored by Jessica Tenenbaum, PhD, Associate Director for Bioinformatics, Duke Translational Medicine Institute; Andra H. James, MPH, MD with the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at the University of Virginia; and Kristin Paulyson Nuñez, a Genetics Counselor in Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Duke University School of Medicine, has been selected by Dr. Russ Altman’s Translational Bioinformatics 2013: The Year in Review as one of the top 25 important contributions to translational Bioinformatics in 2013.

The paper—one of 350 considered—is titled “An Altered Treatment Plan Based on Direct to Consumer (DTC) Genetic Testing: Personalized Medicine from the Patient/Pin-cushion Perspective” and was published in the Journal of Personalized Medicine in 2012.