David Schwartz: $100 genomes in 3 years?
There are bulls and bears in the world of personal genome sequencing. Some say affordable genome sequencing is decades away, while others say its just around the corner. David Schwartz at University of Wiscon is clearly a bull among bulls:
David Schwartz, a professor of genetics at the University of Wisconsin,
Madison, will describe the research at the Human Genome meeting in
Helsinki tomorrow. Within three years, he believes his lab will have a
test capable of reading an entire genome within an hour for less than
Ian Sample. New test offers speedy reading of genetic makeup. The Guardian. Friday June 2, 2006.
David C. Schwartz profile at University of Wisconsin, Madison