Families and Results

CLARITY 1 – Scientific publication:

Brownstein C; et al. An international effort towards developing standards for best practices in analysis, interpretation and reporting of clinical genome sequencing results in the CLARITY Challenge. (Genome Biology 2014, 15:R53)

CLARITY 1 – media coverage:

Toward Precision Medicine (Harvard Magazine)

What’s Making Adam Sick? A Contest to Sequence Three Kids’ Genomes (TIME)

Researchers Solve the Mystery of Child’s Illness (TIME)

Boston Children’s Hospital DNA contest brings hope (Boston Globe)

Brigham and Women’s obtains ‘clarity’ (Nature Medicine)

CLARITY Genomics Practice Challenge Winner Announced at ASHG (GenomeWeb Daily News)

Brigham and Women’s Team Wins Clinical Genome CLARITY Challenge (Bio-IT World)

A $25,000 Challenge to Make Sense of Genetic Information (WSJ Health Blog)

Children’s Hospital Launches CLARITY Challenge for Clinical Genome Interpretation (Bio-IT World)

CHB Kicks Off $25k Challenge to Set Standards for Clinical Genomic Data Interpretation (GenomeWeb)

Children’s Hospital launches genome analysis contest (Mass High Tech)

Contest underway to clarify best practices for genomic data interpretation (GenomeWeb)

Thirty Groups Enter CLARITY Clinical Genome Interpretation Challenge (Bio-IT World)

DNA data-crunching contest draws Sanofi, NIH, others (FierceBiotechIT)

CLARITY Undiagnosed - media coverage

New CLARITY Challenge Open to Entries, to Tackle Undiagnosed Diseases (Bio-IT World)

New CLARITY Challenge Focuses on Answers to Undiagnosed Diseases (Clinical Informatics News)

Genetics competition at Children's Hospital targets the 'undiagnosed' (The Boston Business Journal)

Using DNA, researchers vie for diagnosis (Boston Herald)

Calling All Gene Detectives: Solve Diagnosis Mysteries To Win Contest, Play Role In Film (WBUR's CommonHealth)

Boston Children's Launches Competition to ID Molecular Cause of Five Patients' Undiagnosed Disorders (GenomeWeb)

Atlanta medical school competes to solve medical mysteries of 5 patients (Atlanta Business Chronicle)

Boston Children’s Is Holding a Competition To Solve Medical Mysteries (Boston Magazine)

Local companies participate in DNA competition (Daily Herald)

Coverage on Vector blog:

Seeking CLARITY: Genomics sleuths set out for the prize

Using DNA sequencing in medicine: The world starts to figure out how

Three families, three mysteries: Results soon to come from genomic challenge

Whole-genome sequencing in medicine: New knowledge, new responsibilities

We have a $1,000 genome. Now what?

Bringing CLARITY to families with undiagnosed disease

Undiagnosed families hold on as genome competitors look for explanations