The Center for Genetic Medicine is conducting the Screening for Coronavirus Antibodies in Neighborhoods (SCAN) research study. The purpose of the SCAN Study is to find out how many people in specific areas have been exposed to SARS-CoV-2 (also known as coronavirus or COVID-19) and developed antibodies to the virus. The SCAN Study will also help researchers learn if these antibodies protect people against re-infection.
Our scientists conduct a number of federally funded research projects and spearhead initiatives that explore a variety of areas of genetics.
This interdisciplinary project collects and stores DNA samples and associated health information to examine the role genes play in the development and treatment of common diseases.
The Electronic Medical Records and Genomics (eMERGE) Network investigates how genetic testing information in electronic medical records can help physicians manage patient care.
This community-driven, open-source ontology is designed to link disparate datasets through disease concepts.
This genetic database details the model organism Dictyosteliumdiscoideum.
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This central repository offers information about Dictyostelium discoideum strains, isolates of other cellular slime mold species, plasmids and commonly used bacteria.
This major bioinformatics initiative aims to standardize the representation of gene and gene product attributes across species and databases.
Center for Genetic Medicine members use genetics and molecular genetic approaches to understand biological processes for a diverse range of practical and clinical applications. Browse these research topics and the faculty related to them to learn more.SEE RESEARCH TOPICS