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Research Funding
​CSER is rapidly advancing the knowledge necessary to develop best practices for implementating genomic sequence data into clinical care. ​
… Reports of genomic sequencing being applied to the medical care of individual … be done before the use of sequence data becomes routine. Evidence regarding the most promising clinical applications and the specific diseases or individual …
News Release
NIH is awarding $18.9 million towards research that aims to accelerate the use of genome sequencing in clinical care for all individuals.
… towards research that aims to accelerate the use of genome sequencing in clinical care. The new awards will generate innovative … is being funded as part of the Clinical Sequencing Evidence-Generating Research (CSER2) Consortium. CSER2 builds …
Event
NHGRI meeting focused on research that rapidly advances best practices for the implementation of genomic sequence data into clinical care.
… The National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) sponsored the meeting  eMERGE & CSER: The Convergence of Genomics and Medicine  at the … for the implementation of genomic sequence data into clinical care, as well as research that combines …
News Release
NHGRI-funded CSER investigators and colleagues point to need for greater evidence that DNA sequencing helps patients.
… Benowitz … In the nearly four years since its launch, the Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research (CSER) program has made … speakers thought it was imperative to continue to build evidence linking genetic make-up to disease, and better …
Research at NHGRI
NHGRI researchers work with patients and families to understand of how genes influence disease and develop more effective diagnostics and treatments.
… available at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), clinical researchers at the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) are leading a new era in medicine … Undiagnosed Disease, Gene Mutation, Gene Variation, DNA Sequencing, Clinical Trials, Human Research Subjects … NHGRI …
News Release
The Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research Consortium has offered an ethical framework to guide pediatricians in pursuing clinical sequencing studies.
… … More than many other diagnostic technologies, genome sequencing carries the possibility of incidental or … consent. … In a new analysis, a working group of the Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research (CSER) Consortium has offered an ethical framework …
Research Funding
The GREGoR (formerly the Mendelian Genomics Research Consortium) is aimed at significantly increasing the proportion of Mendelian disorders with an identified genetic cause through enhanced data sharing, collaboration and an increased focus on the application of new technologies, sequencing strategies and analytical approaches.
… The National Human Genome Research institute funded the GREGoR Consortium in 2021. The … gene was not identified by solely using whole exome sequencing. The DCC will manage data release and disseminate … RFA-HG-20-007 : Mendelian Genomics Research Centers (U01 - Clinical Trial Optional) Application Due Date: April 15, 2020 …
Archive
… Mouse Sequencing Consortium … Archive …
Clinical Research
NHGRI researchers work with patients and families to explore how genes cause or influence diseases, and develop more effective diagnostics and treatments.
… Researchers at the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) are working with patients and … to define the relationship between infection, immunity and clinical decline in individuals with mitochondrial disease. … … Artery Calcification ClinSeq: A Large-Scale Medical Sequencing Clinical Research Pilot Study Craniosynostosis …
Research Training
The Clinical Center Genomics Opportunity promotes precision medicine and development of infrastructure to support clinical genomics at the NIH Clinical Center.
… The Clinical Center Genomics Opportunity promotes precision … Institutes to effectively use genomic data in clinical research and clinical care. The NIH Office of Intramural … Award Program that is administered by OIR, reduced fee sequencing at the NIH Intramural Sequencing Center, clinical