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Edward G. Miner Library

Genomics: Home

Genomics in Research: A Library Guide for Scientists and Scholars

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Miner Library's Guide for genomics includes resources that support research at our the University of Rochester Medical Center & beyond.

Quick Links (Department & Faculty)


Genomics Research Center
University of Rochester Medical Center
Wilmot Cancer Institute Room 3-0771
601 Elmwood Ave., Box 704
Rochester, NY 14642

URgenomics@urmc.rochester.edu
(585) 275-7250
(M-F): 8:00 a.m - 4:30 p.m.

Overview

"Genomics is the study of the body’s genes, their functions and their influence on the growth, development and working of the body – using a variety of techniques to look at the body’s DNA and associated compounds.” (NHS England, 2019, Genomics).


Here are some resources to learn more. 

Genetics Home Reference: What is a genome?

NHGRI: A Brief Guide to Genomics

The Jackson Laboratory: Personalized medicine and you: Genetics vs. Genomics

Quick Links (Databases)

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