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Nearly 40,000 children in the U.S. are born each year with congenital heart defects. The Bench to Bassinet program offers a chance for multiple research centers to accelerate the study of congenital heart disease, from discovery and translational research to clinical testing. Learn more in this three-part series:
BEHIND THE GRANT: BIG OPPORTUNITIES FOR CARDIAC GENOMIC RESEARCH
BIG BENCH TO BASSINET WIN MEANS BIG DATA
BENCH TO BASSINET: THE PROMISE OF PRECISION MEDICINE
Researchers recommend pediatricians measure body mass index (BMI) during infant well-child visits as early as 6 months of age.
The model has been used to gain insight into the genetic mechanisms underlying the disease and to identify promising drug targets.
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