Specifically designed to enhance translational genomic medicine, the Genomic Medicine Institute (GMI) encompasses 10 research laboratories, the Genomic Medicine Biorepository and the Genomics Core Facility. In collaboration with its clinical component, the Center for Personalized Genetic Healthcare, GMI aims to translate genetic and genomic research discoveries into better patient care at Cleveland Clinic and beyond.
To bring genetic and genomic expertise to all of Cleveland Clinic’s clinical care subspecialties.
To translate genetic research discoveries into better patient care by engaging in clinical practice, research, and education; to provide a work culture that enables us to bring genetics and genomics, through our research and clinics, into all subspecialties of the Cleveland Clinic’s healthcare system; and to foster innovation toward realizing the benefits of personalized genomic-based healthcare.
Sondra J. and Stephen R. Hardis Endowed Chair in Cancer Genomic Medicine
Investigators in Genomic Medicine study various topics involving microbiomes in humans to develop novel therapeutics and approaches to disease management for the improvement of health and wellness of our patients.Learn More
Exciting investigation and groundbreaking discovery happens every day at Cleveland Clinic. Join our team of expert researchers at the Genomic Medicine Institute.View Careers