Monthly Archives: April 2009

Dissecting the proteomics of estrogen replacement therapy

In the current issue of Genome Medicine, researchers report the results of the most in-depth quantitative proteomic study in connection with a clinical trial to be conducted to date. In the article ‘Application of serum proteomics to the Women’s Health Initiative conjugated equine estrogens trial reveals a multitude of effects relevant to clinical findings’, Samir… Read more »


EQUATOR Network at the Peer Review Congress 2009

The EQUATOR Network (Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research), is holding a workshop and annual lecture prior to the 2009 Peer Review Congress in Vancouver. Both events will take place at the Westin Bayshore Hotel. Workshop: Key guidelines for reporting health research studies9 September 2009, 14:00 – 17:30Sound knowledge of the principles of… Read more »


Genome Medicine publishes first research article

Genome Medicine is proud to announce the publication of its first research article. The article, covering work on systems medicine and informatics, reflects the journal’s aim to publish high-quality research across a wide range of topics relevant for medical researchers and clinicians. The article, titled ‘A kernel-based integration of genome-wide data for clinical decision support’,… Read more »