At Cincinnati Children’s, we believe in the power of genomics. We know that by integrating genomic discovery and clinical care, we will be able to better diagnose, treat, and prevent many diseases that affect children.
Since 2015, CpG has:
- 70 projects funded
- $7 million invested
- $25 million in additional grant funding
- Papers published in Nature Genetics, Genetics in Medicine, PLOS Biology, PLOS Genetics … and more.
This cutting-edge approach to providing precision care is why we launched the Center for Pediatric Genomics (CpG) in 2015. Today, CpG thrives under co-directors John Harley, MD, PhD, director of the Center for Autoimmune Genomics and Etiology; Tracy Glauser, MD, interim director of Biomedical Informatics; and John Hogenesch, interim director of the Division of Human Genetics.
CpG cultivates innovation and knowledge. We do this by connecting researchers to the resources they need to bring their discoveries to the clinic faster; and by working with our research and clinical communities throughout Cincinnati Children's, as well as the public, to strengthen their understanding of genomics. We will revolutionize research to positively transform children's lives and become a world leader in pediatric genomics.