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Fox News: Melissa Wasserstein interviewed re: "Things to know about mitochondrial disease" (3/3/2014)

CBS News: Ross Cagan interviewed re: personalized cancer therapy in "How fruit flies may be key to the fight against cancer" (2/16/2014)

Fast Company: Icahn School of Medicine named "The World's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies In Big Data" (2/10/14)

Gen: Interview with Joel Dudley-"Cancer Genomics Enters a New Era" (2/1/14)

Discover Magazine: Interview with Hardik Shah re: new software to do rapid analysis of whole genomes by Genalice (1/23/2014)

Reuters: "Genetic mutation studies shed new light on schizophrenia" (1/22/2014)

Bio-IT World: "The Maddening Genetics of Schizophrenia" (1/22/2014)

Independent (UK):"Schizophrenia could be caused by a wide variety of DNA mutations rather than one gene" (1/22/2014)

GenomeWeb: "Schizophrenia Studies Find Genetic Risk Spread Across Shared Pathways" (1/22/2014)

GenomeWeb: "Intro Course Helps Students Decide Whether to Analyze Their Own WGS Data, Mount Sinai Study Shows" (1/22/2014)

New Scientist: Interview with Saskia Sanderson-"Preparing Students to Meet their Genes in the Classroom" (1/09/14)

Wired: Jose Clemente's work re "A Lost Underground Kingdom" featured in "The Best Scientific Visualizations of 2013 (12/25/13)

KCRW To The Point: Joel Dudley interviewed re: Big Data and Healthcare (12/20/2013)

CBS This Morning: Eric Schadt interviewed re: Personalized Cancer Therapy and Fly Models (12/19/2013)

Multiple Sclerosis Discovery Forum: Epigenetic Changes Color the Genomes of People With MS (12/09/2013)

FastCoExist: Interview with Joel Dudley and Jeff Hammerbacher - "In The Hospital Of The Future, Big Data Is One Of Your Doctors" (12/5/2013)

Bio-IT World: Interview with Ross Cagan about our Personalized Cancer Therapy program (12/5/2013)

TheScientist: "Researchers take advantage of rapid and cheap DNA sequencing technologies to map the bacterial microbiome of New York City" (12/1/2013)

Leonard Lopate for WNYC: Interview with Eric Schadt - "A New Way of Killing Cancer" (11/27/2013)

USA TODAY: Eric Schadt quoted re "Analysis of huge data sets will reshape health care" (11/24/2013)

Esquire MagazineMount Sinai scientists and physicians created a personalized fly model to treat a patient with terminal colon cancer, now she has a fighting chance  (11/20/13)

Independent UK: Eric Schadt quoted re his research on a rare genetic disorder that stopped the aging process in one girl (11/10/2013)

Time: Eric Schadt quoted re his research on a rare genetic disorder that stopped the aging process in one girl (10/30/2013)

Huffington Post: OpEd by Eric Schadt - "It's Not Just the Genes" (10/24/2013)

CruxialCIOJoel Dudley quoted re "Rx for Big Data: Use it Surgically"  (10/16/13)

GigaOM: Eric Schadt quoted re Berg -Mount Sinai R&D partnership  (10/10/13)

MIT Technology Review: "A Hospital Takes Its Own Big-Data Medicine" (9/26/13)

FierceHealthIT: "Mount Sinai hires Facebook whiz to crunch big data" (9/26/13)

Bio-IT World: "NIH Distributes $45 Million for Alzheimer's Research" (9/18/13)

Drug Discovery & Development: "NIH Awards $45 M for Alzheimer’s Prevention, Novel Drug Targets" (9/18/13)

Bloomberg TV: Joel Dudley and Andrew Kasarskis discuss how Mount Sinai is harnessing Big Data with supercomputer resources to better diagnose and treat disease. (7/18/13)

The Week:  Joel Dudley featured in "Five Futuristic Concepts From The Aspen Ideas Festival That Might Change Your Life" (7/10/13)

NPR: Interview with Jeremiah Faith - "Gut Bacteria We Pick Up as Kids Stick With Us for Decades" (7/4/13)

The Scientist Magazine: Interview with Jeremiah Faith - "Gut Microbes for Life" (7/4/13)

Voice of America: Joel Dudley interviewed in "Aspen Ideas Festival Inspires, Engages, Promotes Debate" (7/2/13)

New York Times: Interview with Jeff Hammerbacher and Eric Schadt - "Sizing up Big Data"(6/19/13)

Delta Sky Magazine:  Interview with Eric Schadt - "Bringing Big Data to Cancer" (June 2013)

The Scientist Magazine: Interview with Dr. Schadt - Decoding Bacterial Methylomes (5/15/2013)

Drug Discovery News:  Article on our Alzheimer's Disease research (5/7/13)

GenomeWeb: Interview with Bin Zhang - Molecular Network Points to Possible Treatment Targets for Alzheimer's Disease (4/25/2013)

US News & World Reports: Gene Studies could point to new Alzheimer's treatments (4/25/13)

New York Times:  Eric Schadt interviewed for "Cancer Centers Racing to Map Patients' Genes" (4/21/13)

GenomeWeb: Interview with Joel Dudley - Mount Sinai to Test Cancer Network Modeling Approach in Two Clinical Trials (3/27/2013)

New York Genome Center:  Bioinformaticians Share Their Own DNA in Personal Genomics Textbook (3/25/13)

Charlie Rose TV show:  Jeff Hammerbacher of Icahn Institute interviewed by Charlie Rose (3/21/13)

New York Genome Center: Mount Sinai Cancer Tumor Study Seeks to Nail Moving Targets (3/13/13)

Dr. Drew, CNN Headline News: Eric Schadt interviewed about Brook Greenberg (1/22/13)

GenomeWeb: Interview with Lisa Edelmann - After Autism Panel, Mount Sinai Set to Launch Exome, Genome Test on HiSeq; Validating PacBio, Proton (1/16/2013)

GenomeWeb: Interview with Milind Mahajan - Q&A about running a CLIA-certified genomics core facility (1/8/2013)

Genetic Engineering News (GEN): Profile of Dr. Schadt with his vision and how his team at the Icahn Institute at Mount Sinai is pioneering a new approach to disease research, diagnosis and treatment   

GEN:   Eric Schadt's Top 5 Genomic Predictions

Nature Biotechnology:  Profile of Eric Schadt

Katie Couric TV show:  Dr. Schadt was interviewed in January 2013 re: his research into a rare condition for a young person who doesn't appear to age.

For the Katie Couric show, Dr. Schadt wrote a companion web article entitled "Is there a way to slow your aging process?"

Microbe magazine: article by Dr. Schadt entitled "The Coming Revolution: Microbes and Multiscale Biology" describing recent microbial studies, including analyses of the cholera strain in the 2010 Haiti outbreak and the E. coli strain in the 2011 Germany outbreak.

BioIT World: Sequencing Reveals Gene Regulation in E. coli

The Scientist:  Epigenetics Armed German E. coli

GenomeWeb: Interview with Dr. Andrew Kasarskis on teaching students to analyze their own genomes (10/25/12)

Wall Street Journal: Progress in Identifying the Genetic Roots of Autism

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