Cynthia Morton, PhD
"Personalized medicine means optimizing my health during my lifetime based on “the recipe” for me from my genome combined with knowledge of how that recipe interfaces with my environment (e.g., medications, foods, exercise, work and social settings). Education in genetics and genomics is fundamental for healthcare professionals and the public to reap the benefits of personalized medicine." - Cynthia Morton
Cynthia Morton, Ph.D. is the William Lambert Richardson Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology and Professor of Pathology at Harvard Medical School. She is an Associate Director of Education for Partners Personalized Medicine and is the Principal Investigator for the HMS Training Grant that supports the HMS Genetics Training Program that is administered by Partners Personalized Medicine.