NIAID Clinical Genomics Program

The NIAID Clinical Genomics Program at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is ​a broadly collaborative program that builds upon large-scale gene sequencing analysis to promote multi-disciplinary, cutting-edge basic and clinical genomics research. Our goal is to accelerate research aimed at better understanding, diagnosing, and treating disorders of the immune system.

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Main Areas of Focus 

  • To better understand, diagnose, and treat disorders of the immune system

Oversight

NIAID Clinical Genomics Program Executive Committee

Funding

The NIAID Clinical Genomics Program offers select funding for training in genomics or immunology.

 

Events

Weekly Genomics and Immunology Science Brown Bag Lunch Series, Tuesdays, 12 Noon, Building 10, Room 2C310.

 

Collaborations

Collaboration is a key element of the Clinical Genomics Program mission to accelerate scientific discovery related to the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of genetically based immune disorders.

Treatment Trials

Collaborations that uncovered the underlying genetic and cellular causes of specific immune disorders have, in some cases, resulted in novel treatments.

Content last reviewed on November 17, 2017