Scott Weiss, MD, MS
"Personalized medicine is being able to translate the revolution in molecular genomic diagnostics, prognostics, and therapeutics into clinical practice. Partners Personalized Medicine’s mission is to enable this process for researchers, clinicians and patients at Partners Health Care. I was recruited to be the Director of Partners Personalized Medicine after a competitive search across Partners Health Care. It has been an incredible privilege for me to lead the Center, and to work with our dedicated faculty and staff, who are excited about our mission, and all that we are doing to advance personalized medicine at Partners. We believe we have one of the most exciting programs in personalized medicine in the US, and it is because of the incredibly dedicated staff of the Center that we are so successful in executing on our shared vision." -Scott T. Weiss
Scott Weiss is the Scientific Director of Partners HealthCare Personalized Medicine where he supervises a faculty of 6 and a staff of over 100 who are dedicated to translating the results of human genome research into clinical medical practice. His laboratory has close working relationships with the Department of Environmental Health at the Harvard School of Public Health, where he is a Professor of Environmental Health (Respiratory Biology Program), the Biostatistics Department at HSPH, the Pulmonary and Critical Care Division, and the Immunology Division, Department of Medicine, in Brigham and Women’s Hospital.