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Competition Solves Genetic Mystery for Boy with CNM
MDA’s Research and Health Magazine’s “Quest”, November 20, 2012 [Read more]

CLARITY Results Indicate Consensus on Clinical Bioinformatics Methods with Some Room for Improvement
NJ.com, November 19, 2012 [Read more]

Open Innovation in Healthcare: The Next Massachusetts Miracle
Greenough, November 15, 2012 [Read more]

Pine Brook Boy’s Illness Identified After 11 Years
The Montville Patch, November 13, 2012 [Read more]

Genomics News and Product Briefs
Bio-IT World, November 9, 2012 [Read more]

UI team is runner up in international genetics challenge
The University of Iowa News Release, November 9, 2012 [Read more]

Researchers Solve the Mystery of Child’s Illness
TIME Magazine, November 8, 2012 [Read more]

KI/SciLifeLab team finalists in Boston Children’s Hospital’s competition
Science for Life Laboratory and Karolinska Institute News Release, November 8, 2012 [Read more]

Using DNA sequencing in medicine: The world starts to figure out how
Boston Children’s Hospital’s “Vector” blog, November 8, 2012 [Read more]

Boston Children’s Hospital contest pinpoints the gene that causes a muscle-weakening disorder
The Boston Globe’s “Science In Mind” blog, November 7, 2012 [Read more]

Brigham and Women’s Team Wins Clinical Genome CLARITY Challenge
Bio-IT World, November 7, 2012 [Read more]

CLARITY Genomics Practice Challenge Winner Announced at ASHG
GenomeWeb, November 7, 2012 [Read more]

Brigham and Women’s obtains clarity
Nature Medicine, November 7, 2012 [Read more]

Boston Children’s brings CLARITY to families living with complex diseases
Boston Children’s Hospital’s “Thriving” blog, November 7, 2012 [Read more]

Boston Children’s Hospital announces international genomics competition winner
Boston Children’s Hospital Newsroom, November 7, 2012 [Read more]

CeGaT and Genomatix finalists of Boston Children’s Hospital’s CLARITY Challenge
Genomatix News Release, November 7, 2012 [Read more]

What’s Making Adam Sick? A Contest to Sequence Three Kids’ Genomes
TIME Magazine, November 6, 2012 [Read more]

Test Your DNA for Diseases – No Doctor Required
TIME Magazine, October 23, 2012 [Read more]

Boston Children’s Hospital to Announce Results of International Genomic Challenge as ASHG 2012 Annual Meeting
Boston Children’s Hospital Newsroom, October 23, 2012 [Read more]

Three families, three mysteries: Results soon to come from genomic challenge
Boston Children’s Hospital’s “Vector” blog, October 16, 2012 [Read more]

Contest to interpret genomes of child patients underway
Foundation for Genomics and Population Health, August 31, 2012 [Read more]

Thirty Groups Enter CLARITY Clinical Genome Interpretation Challenge
Bio-IT World, August 16, 2012 [Read more]

CLARITY Challenge: 30 Team Shootout To Interpret DNA Sequences Of Three Kids With Rare Conditions
Science 2.0, August 16, 2012 [Read more]

Thirty teams compete to interpret three families’ genomes
Boston Children’s Hospital Newsroom, August 15, 2012 [Read more]

UI team joins genetics challenge
Iowa Now, August 13, 2012 [Read more]

CLARITY Challenge
Iowa Institute of Human Genetics, August 8, 2012 [Read more]

Genomics contest underscores challenges of personalized medicine
Nature Medicine, March 6, 2012 [Read more]

CHB Kicks Off $25K Challenge to Set Standards for Clinical Genomic Data Interpretation
GenomeWeb, January 30, 2012 [Read More] (subscription required)

Children’s Hospital launches genome analysis contest
Mass High Tech, January 25, 2012 [Read More]

A $25,000 Challenge to Make Sense of Genetic Information
Wall Street Journal Blog
, January 24, 2010 [Read More]

Children’s Hospital Boston launches CLARITY Challenge
Boston Children’s Hospital Newsroom
, January 23, 2012 [Read More]

Children’s Hospital Launches CLARITY Challenge for Clinical Genome Interpretation
Bio-IT World, January 23, 2012 [Read More]

Seeking CLARITY: Genomics sleuths set out for the prize
Boston Children’s Hospital’s “Vector” blog, January 23, 2012 [Read More]

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- Sandra L. Fenwick, President and CEO
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