Us, you & 23andMe: Personal Genomes just got 'personal'

23andMe is a hot topic in the Repositive office. Not only because of our Scientific Lead Manuel Corpas crowd sourcing the analysis of his and his families genomes, but also due to our mission of helping researchers to help patients, faster. Our aim is to ...

Global efforts to improve human genomic data access and reuse

Repositive is working alongside global organisations to provide the tools and best practices for data sharing in genomics research to help researchers help patients faster. Good data management is not a goal in itself, but rather is the key conduit leading to knowledge discovery and ...

Podcast Series 1: Fundamentals of Precision Medicine

Welcome to my podcast series 1 on Fundamentals of Precision Medicine. Here I introduce the concept of Precision Medicine, its history and how it differs from ‘conventional’ imprecision medicine. This will be the first of a podcast series on Precision Medicine whose objectives will be ...

Repositive to Launch Personal Genome Project Data Collection

New PGP Data Collection to Be Unveiled at ESHG Cambridge, 26 May 2017 ... Repositive, the company that created the world’s largest portal for accessing human genomic research data, is expanding the range of data available with the launch of a Specialist Data Collection for ...

A good and a bad example for how to share data from a high profile publication

Last night on Twitter I saw a mention to an article in The Guardian entitled "Scientists identify 40 genes that she new light on biology of intelligence". Cool, this sounds like my kind of thing. Luckily the article itself did contain a link to the ...