Speaker - Misha Angrist

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Misha Angrist is Assistant Professor of the Practice at the Duke University Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy. He holds a PhD degree in Genetics from Case Western Reserve University, an MFA in Writing and Literature from the Bennington Writing Seminars, and was formerly a board-eligible genetic counselor. He has covered the biotechnology industry as market-research analyst and worked as an independent life sciences consultant, writer and editor.

In April 2007 he became the fourth subject in Harvard geneticist George Church's Personal Genome Project and in 2009 had his full genome sequenced at Duke. His book, Here is a Human Being: At the Dawn of Personal Genomics, will be published in the fall by Harper Collins.

4 Programs

Choosing to Be a Human Reference Standard for HGP

04.25.13 | 01:09:19 min | 0 comments

Congress Unplugged - Misha Angrist

04.20.12 | 00:06:28 min | 0 comments

Personal Genomics: Hype, Hope, or Both?

10.23.11 | 01:42:35 min | 0 comments

Gene Patents: Moving Beyond the Myriad Fallout

07.30.10 | 01:18:01 min | 0 comments