Research coordinated by Louis Muglia, MD, PhD, of Cincinnati Children's provides significant information about the genetic factors involved in preterm birth.
Q&A with FrontLine Genomics: Kristen Sund, point person for genomic initiatives at Cincinnati Children’s, on what it takes to integrate genomics across the institution – from research to the clinic.
Genomics Research and Innovation Network (GRIN), a groundbreaking project involving the top three pediatric hospitals in the U.S., is working to better understand the underlying genomic causes of disease and to accelerate efforts to develop potential therapies.
Few clinicians are likely to know the term “genomics” or how it can help a clinician tailor the best possible treatment for a child. To change that, CpG has launched the “Grassroots Genomics” initiative, designed to help everyone – from our staff and clinicians to the community – understand the genome’s influence on health.
Frontline Genomics reports on Cincinnati Children's shift towards a culture of genomics.
The cycle of discovery fueled by the revolution in genomic science is more like a cyclone. This is why we launched our Center for Pediatric Genomics.
Emerging use of mouse avatars accelerates precision medicine.
Complication of stem-cell transplants appears rooted in genetic variants that had long eluded researchers - until now.
Genomic data helps family understand son's mysterious symptoms.
Massive, multicenter project seeks to combine genomic research with electronic health records.
Genomic research may help identify best candidates for anti-seizure surgery.
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