How the CPMC Study Works
After providing consent and a saliva sample for DNA analysis, participants activate their personal CPMC web portal accounts and complete detailed online health questionnaires. Specimens are then genotyped in Coriell's Genotyping and Microarray Center using Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA)-certified genotyping platforms. CPMC participants are subsequently notified via email that they have access to personalized risk reports identifying genetic variant results, and when possible, non-genetic risk factors, for diseases and drug response. Study participants can decide whether or not to view each potentially actionable condition, as approved by the Informed Cohort Oversight Board (ICOB). Study participants and their physicians can contact, at no-cost, CPMC genetic counselors, and can be advised by pharmacogenomics (PGx)-trained pharmacists. Participants are encouraged to share their risk report information with their physicians, and complete outcome surveys that will contribute to the evidence needed to determine the utility of genomic information in clinical care. Through the CPMC web portal, CPMC participants are also made aware of ancillary research studies in which they may be eligible to participate.
The Coriell research study is currently enrolling participants through partnerships with the United States Air Force, Ohio State University Medical Center and Fox Chase Cancer Center. Eligibility requirements and study procedures may vary slightly. Click on the logos for cohort-specific study information.
|United States Air Force
||OSU Medical Center
||Fox Chase Cancer Center
You can learn more about the CPMC Study process by clicking the links below.
In order to enroll in the study participants must meet certain eligibility criteria [ Learn More › ]
Informed Consent, Saliva Collection
Before you can participate in the CPMC Research Study, you must go through an informed consent process [ Learn More › ]
Activating your CPMC Web Portal Account is quick and simple [ Learn More › ]
Family, lifestyle and medical history information inform personalized risk assessments [ Learn More › ]
Every person’s genome is more than 99% identical to every other person, anywhere in the world. [ Learn More › ]
Each CPMC genetic result report is personalized and includes key data from your questionnaires [ Learn More › ]
Participants can speak to a board-certified genetic counselor at any stage in the process [ Learn More › ]
As a CPMC participant, you control the distribution of your genetic information [ Learn More › ]
We evaluate annual updates to your medical history, family history, and lifestlye information [ Learn More › ]