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Pediatric Sequencing Symposium: A Q&A with Dr. Ghayda Mirzaa, Dr. Tim Cherry, and Dr. Samuel Huang

  NOTE: On May 19, The Brotman Baty Institute and Seattle Children’s co-hosted a one-day Pediatric Sequencing Symposium, featuring speakers on a range of issues and studies. Sessions ranged from the genomics of pediatric epilepsy disorders, to extended family outreach after finding hereditary cancer risk with pediatric sequencing, to equity in genome sequencing. BBI...
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Brotman Baty Institute Collaborates with Illumina and GeneDx on Whole-Genome Sequencing Study to Support Families of Children with Developmental Differences

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Brotman Baty Institute Collaborates with Illumina and GeneDx on Whole-Genome Sequencing Study to Support Families of Children with Developmental Differences

  BBI is collaborating with Illumina, Inc. and GeneDx, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of BioReference Laboratories, Inc., to study early detection of developmental...
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BBI Faculty Conversations: Dr. Alice Berger

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BBI Faculty Conversations: Dr. Alice Berger

BBI Faculty Conversations. Check back in soon for more chats with BBI members from our partner institutions. Get an inside view of their work...
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BBI’s Jay Shendure and Helen Chu Brief Washington Governor Jay Inslee on Progress on COVID-19

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BBI’s Jay Shendure and Helen Chu Brief Washington Governor Jay Inslee on Progress on COVID-19

BBI’s Scientific Director Dr. Jay Shendure and Principal Investigator Dr. Helen Chu briefed Washington Governor Jay Inslee on Friday (April 16th) on the institute’s...
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BBI ‘Catalytic Collaboration Grant’ funded in 2019  Leads to Promising Genetic Diagnoses of Rare Diseases

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BBI ‘Catalytic Collaboration Grant’ funded in 2019 Leads to Promising Genetic Diagnoses of Rare Diseases

    “There is a need for better tools to identify a precise genetic diagnosis in individuals when conventional testing approaches have been exhausted.”...
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