Behind the scenes, genetic scientists, biologists, researchers, and staff work in labs and offices gaining lessons which they learn from studying rare diseases. They sit at their computers and stand over tedious lab work. These scientists continue hoping and believing they will find answers, but often they don’t succeed. Instead of getting discouraged and quitting, […]
Geneticists asked our family to be part of ground breaking research. After gene sequencing changed our lives, scientists, doctors, and others wanted to hear our story. Here is our interview.
Each year for that past 25 years, Heather, Logan, and I speak to first-year medical students. Winner of teaching awards, Dr. Lynn Jorde, leads by teaching students about the rare disease, Miller syndrome in this video.
Medical students gain a human connection when hearing compelling stories from families affected by a disease. Einstein college of medicine interviewed me as part of their cornerstone presentation in this video.
You’ve probably seen or heard some kind of news about gene sequencing, and perhaps even personalized medicine. If not, you’re in for a treat. Imagine getting the correct medication on the first try. Dr. Jorde explains.