Precision Genomics Laboratory
The Department of Pathology and Cell Biology and the Institute for Genomic Medicine (IGM) have formed the Precision Genomics Laboratory (PGL), a new joint initiative designed to enhance patient care through genomic diagnostics, research, and education at Columbia University Medical Center.
The PGL will combine next-generation sequencing in a certified clinical laboratory (CLIA and CAP-accredited) to provide patients, families, and physicians with unprecedented information with which to make informed health decisions. The PGL enhances the University-wide, interdisciplinary, Precision Medicine Initiative by offering unique training opportunities and new avenues for novel diagnostic genomics test development. The overarching mission of the PGL is to apply advanced genomic science in a clinically actionable setting to improve the diagnosis and treatment of human disease.
- Columbia Diagnostic Exome (CDEX)
- Columbia Preventive Genomic Screen
- Cystic Fibrosis Screening
- Sanger Sequencing of Individual Variants
- Meet Anya Revah Politi, a genetic counselor in the Institute for Genomic Medicine and the Precision Genomics Laboratory, featured on P&S social media accounts: Facebook and Twitter.
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