Center for Pediatric Genomics

Center for Pediatric Genomics

Projects & Collaborations

To engage both clinical and bench researchers in advancing discovery and translation in genomics, the Center for Pediatric Genomics invests $1 million to fund internal pilot projects each year. In addition to the development of genomic knowledge and infrastructure, this initiative accelerates the assembly of collaborative teams where members teach one another about their respective roles in understanding genomics.

Our goal is to elevate learning about genomics across disciplines, from the clinician who sees patients and asks questions about their diseases, to the analyst who reads the genetic information, to the bench scientist who creates genetic changes in animal models to link a particular gene to a disease.

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