Euan Ashley has had a front row seat at the genomic revolution, and in his new book The Genome Odyssey he invites us to sit alongside him and watch the show. Even if you lived through it, you won’t believe how quickly things have changed!
Ashley invites a reader to rediscover the decade when genomic medicine was born, its triumphs, and its inadequacies. Come for the n-of-one patient stories, stay for the great Scottish accent! A self-described technophile and a pioneer of data-driven medicine, Euan comes across mostly (and ironically, for a cardiologist) as a guy with a big heart.