There’s a good reason why national health care leaders call upon
Marshfield Clinic experts when it comes to using genetics to study and
improve human health. The Clinic’s Personalized Medicine Research Project (PMRP), launched
in 2002, was a population-based biobank consisting of genetic
information linked to long-term electronic health records (EHR) from
over 20,000 Marshfield Clinic patients. PMRP was recognized as one of
the earliest and most useful biobanks in the U.S.
Read the full Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation article here.