eMERGE is a national network organized and funded by the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) that combines DNA biorepositories with electronic medical record (EMR) systems for large scale, high-throughput genetic research in support of implementing genomic medicine.
Many factors contribute to risk of a disease. Some of these factors are internal, like genetics, and others are external, like where someone lives. Over the last several years researchers have discovered that in addition to one gene being associated with a given disease (monogenic factors), many genes across your genome can contribute to the development of a disease (polygenic factors). To learn more about elements that contribute to risk a disease, click here.
Notice of Special Interest: Development and Implementation of Clinical Informatics Tools to Enhance Patients’ Use of Genomic Information
January 1, 2022 5:50 PM
USPSTF Approach to Addressing Sex and Gender When Making Recommendations for Clinical Preventive Services
November 11, 2021 3:02 PM
NIH Opportunities: Information on Loan Repayment and Mosiac Program
August 8, 2021 2:39 PM
eMERGE Network: Updated Guidance on the Reporting of Race and Ethnicity in Medical and Science Journals (JAMA)
August 8, 2021 8:43 PM
RFI on Developing Consent Language for Future Use of Data and Biospecimens
July 7, 2021 3:27 PM
AIM-AHEAD Research Opportunity Announced
July 7, 2021 4:03 PM
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