Available on the American Society of Human Genetics' education resources is a CSER-developed Guide to Interpreting Genomic Reports, a just-in-time resource for non-geneticist physicians when receiving a genomic test report. This Toolkit's work was led by Sharon Plon from Baylor and Kelly East from HudsonAlpha, with support from the CSER Practitioner Education working group.
eMERGE & CSER: The Convergence of Genomics & Medicine
The Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research (CSER) consortium and the Electronic Medical Records and Genomics (eMERGE) network extend an open invitation to you to join us for a webcast of three joint eMERGE-CSER scientific sessions on February 2nd 2017. More information about the CSER Consortium can be found online at https://cser-consortium.org/, and more information about the eMERGE consortium can be found online at https://emerge.mc.vanderbilt.edu/.
These scientific sessions have stemmed from CSER research that seeks to rapidly advance the knowledge necessary to develop best practices for the implementation of genomic sequence data into clinical care. Likewise, the eMERGE network seeks to combine DNA biorepositories with electronic medical record (EMR) systems for large scale, highthroughput genetic research in support of implementing genomic medicine. Since this is trailblazing research, do not share this unpublished data and results without speakers’ approval. We thank you for your understanding and look forward to having you join us remotely during these sessions.
Joining the NHGRI Webcast
Go to https://www.genome.gov/genometvlive/ from any web browser.
Technical Support & Questions
Please forward any questions or technical difficulties to Kiara Palmer (firstname.lastname@example.org), Alvaro Encinas (email@example.com), and Mukul Nerurkar (NerurkaM@nhgri.nih.gov) at NHGRI.