Genomic Applications in Practice and Prevention Network (GAPPNet™)
This website is archived for historical purposes and is no longer being maintained or updated.
The Genomic Applications in Practice and Prevention Network (GAPPNet™) is a concept for a collaborative initiative suggested in 2009 involving partners from across multiple sectors to realize the promise of genomics in healthcare and disease prevention. Read the GAPPNet™ article [PDF 440 KB] published in Genetics in Medicine in 2009.
- GAPP Knowledge Base (GAPP KB)
- The Continuum of Translation Research in Genomic medicine: How Can We Accelerate the Appropriate Integration of Human Genome Discoveries into Health Care and Disease Prevention? [PDF 149 KB] Genetics in Medicine (2007)
- CDC Table of Genomic Tests and Family History Applications by Level of Evidence
- CDC Genomics Implementation Page: How we can use genomics now to save lives?
- CDC Fact Sheet: Implementing Evidence-based Genomic Tests and Family History [PDF 1.04 MB]
- Page last reviewed: June 6, 2013 (archived document)
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