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The rapidly increasing amount of genome data provides wide opportunities to address new research questions and to translate new knowledge in clinical practice. However, translating research ideas to knowledge and then into clinical practice is a slow, multistep process that needs to be based on scientific rigor in all phases. Currently, most mature areas for clinical applications include rare disease diagnostics, oncology, infectious diseases and pharmacogenomics. We expect that the next wave is seen in improving our understanding of chronic diseases that change traditional diagnostic categories. These new disease classifications hopefully result in new, more tailored treatment and prediction options.
Genomic Medicine welcomes manuscripts from all steps of the translation process, from basic research to clinical applications. These can include methodological, experimental, clinical and laboratory diagnostic topics, potential targeted therapies that use genome information, strategies for genetic risk prediction in both common and rare diseases, methods and strategies in biobanking, electronic health records, mining of clinical data, methods and strategies for monitoring and predicting disease trajectories.
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