The goal of SERN is to improve health equity and health outcomes in individuals with genetic conditions; reduce morbidity and mortality caused by genetic conditions (including congenital and metabolic disorders); and improve the quality of coordinated and comprehensive genetic services to children and their families.
Find a Genetics Clinic
Use the American College of Medical Genetics (ACMG) database to find a genetics service in one of the states in our Southeastern region.
Overview of the concepts of genes and chromosomes, the basics of genetics. Video is in Spanish with English subtitles.
Overview of the newborn screening process and what to do next for a positive newborn screening result
Provide patients with information on what to expect during your telehealth visit
A list of current telemedicine peer-reviewed articles developed by the Northeast Telehealth Resource Center
Links to the current telehealth policy laws for each state by a nonprofit organization focused on providing up-to-date information on policy-related telehealth regulations.
A collaboration between 12 regional centers and 2 national centers to develop and help sustain telehealth programs, especially those that target medically underserved and rural populations.
SERN Quarterly Newsletter – October-December 2021 Issue
Welcome to the inaugural issue of the Southeast Regional Genetics Network (SERN) newsletter. SERN is one of seven HRSA-funded regional projects in the US, designed to enhance and support the genetics … More →Read story →
GMDI Leadership Awards
2021 GMDI Leadership Award Recipients Grace Noh, MS, RD, LDN is a metabolic nutritionist at Tulane University Hayward Genetics Center in New Orleans, LA. She received the Pacesetter Award at … More →Read story →