Dr. Brilliant presents at the 2010 SERGG Annual Meeting.
Dr. Wenger presents, “Krabbe Disease: 100 Years from the Bedside to the Bench and Back to the Bedside”
Stephanie Cagle presents on MPS I disease.
Dr. Cecile Janssens, Professor of Translational Epidemiology within Emory’s Rollins School of Public Health, presented on Wednesday, September 11 during SERC’s Lunch and Learn Series. Her research involves the translation … More →
Dr. Wood presents on VLCAD and GA1 newborn screening in South Carolina for the Lunch and Learn series.
Dr. Amy Yang presents “Newborn Screening for Pompe Disease: Lessons Learned from New York”
New Gene Discovery and Other Insights from Diagnostic Evaluations in the Undiagnosed Diseases Network
“New Gene Discovery and Other Insights from Diagnostic Evaluations in the Undiagnosed Diseases Network” by Loren Pena, MD, Undiagnosed Disease Network, Duke University.
On March 1, 2010, Dr. Michael J. Bennett of The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia presented “New developments with fatty acid oxidation defects” at Emory University’s Grand Rounds in Atlanta, GA.
Dr. Koeberl presents on glycogen storage disease.
Navigating uncertainty and unexpected findings in whole genome array testing: A discussion of interpretation and reporting strategies
Dr. Kearney presents on genome array testing.
Enhancing Knowledge and Improving Patient Care for Rare Genetic Diseases: Engagement of families, clinicians and clinical labortories
Dr. Ledbetter presents on patient care for rare genetic diseases.
Catherine Ziats, MDMedical Genetics ResidentGreenwood Genetic Center Greenwood, SC The title of her presentation is: “Neurofibromatosis type 2 in Phelan-McDermid syndrome: institutional experience and review of the literature”
Tina Truong presents on “Utilization of Genetic Services by Primary Care Physicians in the United States”
Provides free training courses related to different topics in telemedicine. Example of courses offered is Telehealth 101: A Quick Start Guide, Telehealth Coordinator Series.
A PDF compiled by Michael Edwards, PhD, Northeast Telehealth Resource Center, January 28, 2021.
Telegenetics training is available for genetic counselors and medical geneticists. Interested individuals must request training on the Heartland website.
A list of current telemedicine peer-reviewed articles developed by the Northeast Telehealth Resource Center
Offers training in telegenetics for providers, especially for genetic counselors. The training program consists of modules, webinars, and an in-person session.
Offers telehealth courses for providers to increase their knowledge on telehealth and telehealth services. These courses are self-paced.
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.