Long-term Care Planning for Children with Complex Healthcare Needs

Discusses estate planning for children with complex healthcare needs

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

Healthcare Interpreter Resources

Are you looking for a healthcare interpreter to provide medical interpretation for your patients? Here is a list of professional healthcare interpreter organizations for states in the southeastern region. Alabama … More →

The Early Check Expanded Newborn Screening Study in North Carolina

As a part of the SERN Lunch and Learn series, Holly Peay, Ph.D., MS, and Cynthia Powell, MD, MS discussed their research on expanding newborn screening in North Carolina for … More →

Carol Saunders, PhD, FACMG — Diagnosing the Previously Undiagnosable through Genomic Medicine (SERN/SERGG 2014)

Bruce Korf, MD, PhD — Developing a genomic medicine program (SERN/SERGG 2013)

Dr. Korf presents on genomic medicine.

Robert Kesterson, PhD — CRISPRS & Gene Editing: Laboratory Use & Clinical Future (SERN/SERGG 2017)

Invited Speaker: Robert A. Kesterson, PhD – UAB “CRISPRs & Gene Editing: Laboratory Use & Clinical Future”

Carl Cooley, MD — Collaborative Care among Specialists, Families, and the Primary Care Medical Home for Children with Genetic Conditions (SERN/SERGG 2011)

Dr. Carl Cooley presenting on Medical Home.

Christine Eng, MD — Clinical Whole Exome Sequencing For the Evaluation of Genetic Disorders (SERN/SERGG 2013)

Dr. Eng presents on whole exome sequencing.

Clinical Application of Microarray Technology on Hematological Malignancies and Solid Tumor: The CCMC Experience

Dr. Li presents at the 2010 SERGG Annual Meeting.

Basic Building Blocks for Biomedical Ontologies

Dr. Barry Smith presents on biomedical ontology. This is the second in a two-part series.

A Miraculous New Era for Cystic Fibrosis: Impact of Molecular Screening and Therapy.

The third annual Paul M. Fernhoff Memorial Lecture was held Thursday, September 17, 2015. Dr. Philip Farrell’s keynote address is available here entitled “A Miraculous New Era for Cystic Fibrosis: … More →

Direct to Consumer Telemedicine Application

Lloyd Sirmons presents on Direct to Consumer Telemedicine Application, with focus on how the DTC market changed with the onset of COVID-19.

David Everman, MD — The Clinical and Molecular Complexity of Split-hand/foot Malformation (SERN/SERGG 2014)

The Art of Choosing

Dr. Iyengar presents on the implications of choice.

Telegenetics in Region 3 (SERC): Past Successes and Plans for the Future

Dr. Andersson speaks about telegenetics activities in the Southeast Region Collaborative. This is the first of a two-part presentation along with Dr. David Flannery (presentation also available on SERC).

Meg Comeau, MHA — State Statutes and Legislation Related to Coverage of Dietary Treatments of Heritable Disorders (SERN/SERGG 2017)

Keynote Address: “State Statutes and Legislation Related to Coverage of Dietary Treatments of Heritable Disorders” Meg Comeau, MHA, Catalyst Center, Boston University School of Public Health

Michael Bober, MD, PhD — Skeletal Dysplasia: Overview and Emerging Therapies (SERN/SERGG 2013)

Dr. Bober presents on skeletal dysplasia.

Stuart Shapira, MD, PhD — Routine Second Testing in Newborn Screening for Hypothyroidism and Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia: Is One Screening Test Sufficient? (SERN/SERGG 2012)

Dr. Shapira presents on Newborn Screening for Hypothyroidism and Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia.