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JScreen public health initiative launches to fight Jewish genetic diseases
Date:9/16/2013

ical geneticists, socially minded businesses and nonprofits to provide everyday people with a ready access point to cutting-edge genetic testing technology, patient education and genetic counseling services.

About Emory University School of Medicine

Emory's Department of Human Genetics brings genetic discoveries to those who will benefit, as quickly as possible. The majority of the research in the department focuses on human genetic disease, with particular strengths in neurogenetics, metabolic disease and translational studies. With more than 40 faculty members working side by side in basic research and comprehensive clinical care, Emory's human genetics team ranks in the nation's top 10 departments. The JScreen program is led by Stephen Warren, PhD, scientific director; Michael Gambello, MD, PhD, medical director; Patricia Page, MS, CGC, program senior director; and Karen Grinzaid, MS, CGC, CCRC, program senior director.

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