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Michael Gambello, MD, PhD – An Update on the All of Us Research Program and the SouthEast Enrollment Center (SERN/SERGG 2022)

Provides updates and reviews data from the All of Us Research Program, an effort by the National Institute of Health (NIH), where health data, habits, and the physical environment of … More →

Jaime Vengoechea, MD – Clinical Genomics: Perils, Pitfalls, and Opportunities (SERN/SERGG 2022)

Addresses difficulties that can arise from genomic testing and identifies strategies to mitigate unexpected consequences.

Priya S. Kishnani, MD – New Insights into Hepatic Glycogen Storage Diseases (SERN/SERGG 2022)

Discusses knowledge gaps of Hepatic Glycogen Storage Diseases.

Heidi Wallis – The Role of Families in Advancing Newborn Screening (SERN/SERGG 2022)

Discusses how families advocate for the advancement of newborn screening.

Hans Andersson – What Does the 2022 Medical Genetics Workforce Look Like? (SERN/SERGG 2022)

Provides the historical context of medical genetics and discusses the future of the genetics workforce.

Lori Carter Edwards, PhD, MPH – Addressing Genetic Conditions through a Trustworthy Community Engagement Lens (SERN/SERGG 2022)

Discusses the principles of community engagement, highlighting key strategies to help health professionals build trustworthiness with families, and promote health equity when addressing genetic conditions.

Tara Britt – How Policy Impacts Rare Disease (SERN/SERGG 2022)

Overview of the Rare Disease Advisory Council (RDAC) and how families can get involved in their state’s organization. Find Your State’s RDAC

2022 SERN/SERGG Annual Meeting

The 2022 Annual Meeting was held in Asheville, NC July 14-16, 2022. Presentations from the telemedicine workgroup, platform sessions, and consumer breakout sessions were recorded. 2022 SERN/SERGG Presentations