Dr. Kemper presents on the SACHDNC approach to considering conditions for newborn screening (NBS).
Dr. Andersson presents on Telegenics activities in SERC.
Meg Comeau presents on the ACA.
Ms. Brewer presents on barriers to implementing telegentic services.
Lysosomal Storage Diseases: A Pilot NBS and Examination of the Associated Ethical, Legal and Social Issues
Dr. Wasserstein presents on Lysosomal Storage Diseases.
Updates from the Genetic Services Branch, MCHB.
Dr. Watson provides an update on NCC activities.
Dr. Janet Hess presents, FloridaHATS: Building Bridges from Pediatric to Adult Care.
Dr. Bick presents, “Whole Genome Sequencing – It’s Time Has Arrived”
Dr. Kaye presents, “RSSM Regional Collaborative Models”
On December 15, 2008, Judi Tuerck, RN, MSN presented “Reliable newborn metabolic screening of NICU infants is difficult!” at Emory University’s Department of Human Genetics Grand Rounds.
Amy Cunningham talks about newly released SERC/GMDI PKU Nutrition Management Guidelines.
Dr. Pasquali presents, “Newborn Screening for GAMT Deficiency: The Utah Experience”
Dr. Watson presents, “LTDs and the FDA”
Metabolic Camp offers a holistic approach to the nutrition management of PKU and MSUD–empowering females ages 12 and older to make healthy choices and take charge of their futures as they live, learn, and play in a supportive camp environment.
This video accompanies Dr. David Flannery’s January 28th presentation: The Telemedicine Experience. The demonstration video was produced by Georgia Partnership for Telehealth.